Mumbai: TV actor Kushal Tandon feels 'Bigg Boss 7' host Salman Khan was biased towards Tanisha Mukherjee and lashed out at him last week for wrong reasons.
Kushal, 29, who was dismissed from the reality show after he became aggressive with housemate Andy, says he did not do anything wrong and always stood for his good friends in the house.
"I was a huge fan of Salman. I did not expect that Salman bhai will do this to me. But I also understand his emotions. He is emotional like me and I could relate to him. It was his personal decision but he was biased towards Tanisha. I haven't done anything wrong," Kushal told PTI.
The 'Ek Hazaro Me Meri Behna Hai' actor says he might return to the show if audience wants him back.
Salman had slammed Kushal for being rude to housemate Tanisha and his attempt to escape the reality show house over a fight during a task last weekend.
Kushal says he took the fight with Andy because he disrespected women - Gauhar Khan and Pratyusha Banerjee - in the house during the luxury budget task 'Ignore the obvious'.
"When somebody says bad things about my friends, I am not going to listen to him. Andy said wrong things about Pratyusha's character and Gauhar's personal stuff. I stood for them. When Armaan (Kohli) curses women and later apologises to them then that act is fine in the house," he says.
Kushal, also known for his proximity towards Gauhar, says she has become his friend for life after the show. Gauhar also left the show with him.
"Gauhar is now more than a good friend to me. She left the house because she felt Bigg Boss was doing injustice to me. Apart from Gauhar, other contestants like Pratyusha and Kamya had also packed their bags with me. But they didn't come out because of their contract. Gauhar still left with me," he says.
The 'Ek hazaro me meri behna hai' actor says he might return to the show if audience wants him back.
"After coming out of the house, I spoke to many people and they said they are with me and support my decision. If my audience want me then I will be back on the show again and that day I will think that I will win the show. I don't think
my acts on the show will tarnish my image and I won't get any work in the future," he says.
'Bigg Boss' airs everyday on Colors.
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