New Delhi. ‘Bigg Boss OTT’ has now reached its final stage. Now only 6 players are left in the show. At the same time, the show has become quite interesting now, but when it comes to the game, there is currently a war in the house of ‘Bigg Boss OTT’. So at the same time, on social media too, there is constant talk among the fans about their favorite contestants. Not only the fans, but now even the stars are not shying away from speaking to each other.
Actually, a war has broken out on social media between Rakesh Bapat’s ex-wife Riddhi Dogra and Kashmera Shah. Riddhi Dogra has reprimanded Kashmira Shah for calling Rakesh a slave of Joru. Let us tell you, Kashmira Shah shared a photo of a task in the episode ‘Sunday Ka Vaar’. In this picture, Rakesh Bapat was with Shamita Shetty and Divya. Sharing this picture, Kashmira Shah wrote in the caption, ‘Congratulations Rakesh, you are once again on your way to become a slave of Joru.’
On this, Riddhi Dogra has replied to Kashmira Shah and reprimanded her. Riddhi Dogra wrote, ‘Again? exuse me. Please don’t comment loose, stay calm. Let us tell you that a special task was done in the Sunday Ka Vaar episode. Rashmi Desai and Devoleena came as guests in this. Both had asked some questions to Rakesh. In response, he had to take the name of either Divya or Shamita and dip his mouth in water. In this task, Rakesh took Divya’s name in all the questions so that his relationship with Shamita would be fine and she would not get angry.
Even the family members had said on this that they are afraid of Shamita and hence are taking Divya’s name in every question. After a long friendship between Shamita and Rakesh, there was a rift. Shamita Shetty had also asked her mother about Rakesh Bapat, in response to which she said that Rakesh Bapat is a gentleman. Let us tell you that Rakesh Bapat was first married to Riddhi Dogra, but after a few years both of them got divorced.
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