When Salman Khan took a sly dig on Vidya Balan's weight; body-shamed her because of Katrina Kaif

First Published 28, Apr 2020, 12:05 PM

The incident happened on the sets of Bigg Boss season 11, where Salman Khan targeted Vidya Balan with his sarcastic comment on her body-weight

<p>On the sets of the most popular show of Bigg Boss season 11, the host Salman Khan targeted Vidya Balan with his mean comment on her body-weight.</p>

On the sets of the most popular show of Bigg Boss season 11, the host Salman Khan targeted Vidya Balan with his mean comment on her body-weight.

<p>The incident took place when Katrina Kaif had come on the sets of Bigg Boss 11 to promote Tiger Zinda Hai. During the show, Salman asked the contestants to undertake a drawing task. He asked them to sketch Katrina Kaif.</p>

The incident took place when Katrina Kaif had come on the sets of Bigg Boss 11 to promote Tiger Zinda Hai. During the show, Salman asked the contestants to undertake a drawing task. He asked them to sketch Katrina Kaif.

<p>When all contestants finished their sketches, Salman sarcastically commented on the picture they drew, saying it looked more like Vidya Balan than Katrina Kaif and from his tone, anyone can easily tell that Salman was referring to the Vidya's weight.</p>

When all contestants finished their sketches, Salman sarcastically commented on the picture they drew, saying it looked more like Vidya Balan than Katrina Kaif and from his tone, anyone can easily tell that Salman was referring to the Vidya's weight.

<p>Many times, Vidya Balan got body-shammed on social media but she never reacted. In an interview with Filmibeat, Vidya Balan said, "Wherever you go, I think people are very body-obsessed today. 'Moti' is not an expletive for me. But I don't like it when people comment on my body. Because if I talk about your brain... Brains don't sell, that's why we don't talk about it."<br />
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Many times, Vidya Balan got body-shammed on social media but she never reacted. In an interview with Filmibeat, Vidya Balan said, "Wherever you go, I think people are very body-obsessed today. 'Moti' is not an expletive for me. But I don't like it when people comment on my body. Because if I talk about your brain... Brains don't sell, that's why we don't talk about it."
 

<p>"We have no right to comment on anyone's appearance. This has happened many times with me. When they see me happy, they are confused. As women, when you are successful, this is a way to drag you down. And I don't give anyone that power," the actress was quoted.</p>

"We have no right to comment on anyone's appearance. This has happened many times with me. When they see me happy, they are confused. As women, when you are successful, this is a way to drag you down. And I don't give anyone that power," the actress was quoted.

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