‘Don’t Do Drama Of Quitting Bollywood,’ Payal Rohatgi Slams Mandana Karimi To Support Sajid Khan!

Lock Upp co-contestants Payal Rohatgi and Mandana Karimi had many heated arguments on Kanagana Ranaut’s show. And seems like the two have not buried the hatchet. Recently, Payal has lambasted Mandana for her move of quitting Bollywood because of MeToo accused Sajid Khan’s entry in Bigg Boss 16. Calling it ‘drama’, Rohatgi has said that Khan has all the rights to earn his living because even a murderer is given a chance.

In an Instagram note, Payal penned, “Sajid Khan has done wrong with 6 women as they narrated publicly. He has been reprimanded by all and publicly humiliated for his actions. Now the 6 women can take him to court.” The note further read, “But let me put it on record when even murderers have been given the right to reform by the values of Mahatma Gandhi then here even Sajid Khan has the right to live. He has the right to earn money. He has the right to repent. Let him fight for his right. You oppose him but don’t do the drama of quitting Bollywood.”

Furthermore, the 36 China Town actress disapproved of Karimi’s claims that she still owes money to the producers of her former reality show, Lock Upp. Payal revealed that she received her entire payment within ten days of wrapping up the programme and that she faced no such issues with the makers.

Let us tell you that Sajid’s participation on Bigg Boss has become a topic of discussion. Many Bigg Boss fans are running trends to remove the Housefull director from the show. They are upset with makers for giving a sexual molester such a big platform.

For the unknown, in 2018 when MeToo wave came to India, many women including Mandana Karimi came forward and accused Sajid of sexual misconduct. As a result of all this, the Indian Film & Television Directors’ Association barred Farah Khan’s brother from making movies. He was out of work from last four years.

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