Bigg Boss 14: Devoleena reacts on Rubina Dilaik showing her Pinky finger; Says, “In our season People have shown middle finger many times”

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Bigg Boss 13 fame Devoleena Bhattcharjee has entered the season 14 of controversial reality show as a proxy of Eijaz Khan, who left the house owing to the prior work commitments. Before entering the BB 14 house, Devoleena had reacted to Rubina Dilaik showing her pinky finger to Arshi Khan.

Rubina even got scolded by host Salman Khan for showing pinky finger to Arshi Khan in previous episode. Now, in an interview with E Times, Devoleena Bhattacharjee has opened up about Rubina being bashed unnecessarily during weekend ka vaar. She defended Rubina‘s actions and said that she found her justification genuine.

Speaking with E Times, The Saath Nibhaana Saathiya actress quoted saying, “Yes, I also feel that Rubina is bashed on weekend ka vaar mostly. I feel even if Rubina has shown pinky finger with the intention of middle finger and if she had really meant it she would have owned it up and have felt embarrassed. And I found her justification genuine that since Arshi Khan was getting irked she continued to show her little finger. I don’t think she was wrong. She was just teasing.”

Devoleena added, “And even if she showed what’s wrong, in our season, people crossed all limits and have shown middle fingers so many times. That time nobody raised their voice so why now? There are many instances which raise questions in our minds because we saw so many nasty things happening in our season and nobody said anything. From pushing, abusing, to showing the middle everything has happened in my season.”

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