Salman Khan took a dig at the controversial statement of Rahul Vaidya, said if your son also comes in the singing profession, will he call it nepotism?

Bigg Boss Season 14: Bollywood star Salman Khan attacked Rahul Vaidya’s controversial statement, saying, “If your son also comes in the profession of singing, would you call it nepotism?”

On this week’s special nomination episode of Bigg Boss 14, Rahul Vaidya nominated John Kumar Sanu as a product of nepotism. He was given a chance on the show because he is the son of singer Kumar Sanu.

However, this was not to the liking of other contestants present in the house. And they all strongly opposed them. In the debate with Rahul Vaidya, Jan made it clear that his parents were separated in childhood and he was raised by his mother, so it was not nepotism.

Salman Khan took a dig at the controversial statement of Rahul Vaidya - JioTvvinee
Salman Khan took a dig at the controversial statement of Rahul Vaidy

On this week’s episode of Weekend Ka Vaar’, host Salman questioned this claim and also blamed him. During the conversation, Salman Khan told Rahul that he shouldn’t use those words around the house.

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Salman further explains to Rahul that if a father does something for his children, it cannot be called nepotism. He further states that if Jan had become a singer due to nepotism, he would have been more successful than Rahul.


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If Rahul’s son later decides to move into the singing profession, will he still call it nepotism? Salman rebuked Rahul and said it was unfair. No one can impose anything on their children in this industry.

Apart from this, Salman also advised Jasmine Bhasin to play the women’s card. Instead of persuading Rahul and Jasmine into the fight, Rubina had provoked Jasmine in the wrong way, for which she was also scolded.


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