Bigg Boss 7: Salman Khan tells Kushal he has better things to do than worry about him

SalmankushalSalman Khan said that he has better things to do than to stop Kushal r-entering Bigg Boss' house.

Bollywood's 'Dabangg' Salman Khan in 'Weekend of Wow' (November 23) episode of 'Bigg Boss', told Kushal Tandon that he is not important to him and that he has more important things to do in life.

Kushal who re-entered the house recently was evicted after a violent spat with fellow contestant Andy.

Salman Khan re-stated that he is just the host of the controversial celebrity game show and has no decision making power regarding the ongoing of the show. He also said that the way Kushal was taken out of the house and reinstated has been unfair and had it been any other contestant in his place Salman Khan would have felt the same.

When Kushal tried to explain that he has no ill feeling towards the actor and said that had he been in Salman Khan's shoes he too would have supported Tanishaa, who is like a family to Salman Khan.

Kushal after his eviction said: "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 Tanishaa. I haven't done anything wrong," said

While out of the house Kushal had also said: "Salman bhai has seen Tanishaa grow up in front of his eyes, so I can understand when he takes her side. But Armaan? I am shocked that Salman cannot see how he has been bad-mouthing the women in the house."

According to reports, Salman Khan had however taken offense in Kushal's claims and has been the reason for Kushal's re entry into the house after eviction. Kushal had however told Indian Express that he would return only when he was voted back on the show.

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