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Bigg Boss OTT: Gauahar Khan supports Muskaan Jattana after her brawl with Divya Agarwal

Gauahar tweeted her thoughts about the matter and extended her support to Jattana.

Sunidhi Prajapat
Sep 05, 2021
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The Bigg Boss OTT house was witness to an intense fight between Muskaan Jattana and Divya Aggarwal on Saturday’s episode. The duo was fighting about Nishant Bhat, who is Mosse’s connection in the house. Meanwhile, after noticing these developments on the OTT platform Voot, former Bigg Boss 7 winner Gauahar Khan offered her support to the youngest member of the Bigg Boss OTT house and empathised with her too.

Gauahar tweeted her thoughts about the matter and extended her support to Jattana. Her latest tweet reads, “Such crass lines …… shaadi karke le jao …. she was fighting for her connection being sabotaged. Completely empathise with muskaan ! #bb15 (sic)”
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On Saturday, the digital streamer, Voot shared a glimpse of the intense fight and captioned, “Drama Drama Drama!!! Kya Moose aur Nishant ka connection toot jaayega? Watch #BiggBossOTT, streaming now on Voot! (sic).”

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For the uninitiated, the incident started with a joke where Moose got frustrated by Divya’s line. She blamed Divya for trying to take her connection, Nishant, to which Divya accused Moose of being too insecure and asked her to behave like a mature person. The fight got worse and Agarwal told the former to not speak to her otherwise and said she’ll slap her. Meanwhile, Bhat also blamed his connection only for sabotaging his friendship with everyone in the house because of her insecurities. However, Pratik Sehajpal tried to calm everyone down and opined that Moose's reaction is natural and she shouldn't be blamed for anything, while Neha nodded along with his connection.

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