Sherleen Dutt Criticizes Bigg Boss OTT Contestants Armaan Malik Kritika Payal

Entertainment: After Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Sherleen Dutt Condemns Bigg Boss OTT 3 Contestants Armaan Malik And His Wives Kritika And Payal’s Participation!

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Sherleen Dutt Criticizes Bigg Boss OTT Contestants Armaan Malik Kritika Payal
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Actress Sherleen Dutt, who will soon be seen in films, strongly criticizes Bigg Boss OTT 3 participants Armaan Malik And His Wives Kritika And Payal. Just a few days ago, actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee also shared her thoughts on her social media timeline. Sherleen says, "Devoleena already shared about Armaan and his two wives on Bigg Boss OTT, I completely agree with her. After enduring so much, including the end of practices like triple talaq and multiple marriages in various religions, it's disappointing to see these things still happening in our society. Who can we blame for this? The second thing is that Bigg Boss OTT is watched by almost every age group. I also saw a viral video of Armaan saying, "See the benefits of having two wives." What kind of message is that? If a woman says, "See the benefits of having two husbands," people would totally judge her on that. I think this kind of content influences the new generation, making them believe that having extramarital affairs and multiple spouses is acceptable. It negatively impacts our Indian culture, where such practices are not traditionally accepted. In our culture, when we bring a girl into our home, we consider her the Laxmi of the house. If you can't respect one woman and bring in another, it's completely  wrong.”

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She also adds, "Armaan had started making videos on TikTok, but after TikTok was banned, they moved to Instagram. I don't know who follows them or watches their videos, who likes and comments on their posts, or who makes them famous. Whether people are engaging with them negatively or positively, I don't know. But generally, in our families, we can't watch or support such people. And a show like Bigg Boss on a reputed platform is endorsing this... it's beyond my understanding why they would do this. Being entertained in the wrong format is never a great feeling.”

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