Bigg Boss 11: Salman Khan offered Shilpa Shinde a big proposal that you’ll never be able to guess
Bigg Boss 11 concluded with a bang at the grand finale yesterday. And with the social media queen Shilpa Shinde taking home the winner’s trophy, no one was surprised. Already crowned as one of the strongest contestants of the season, Shilpa managed to impress everyone with her calm but smart attitude, and also became the host, Salman Khan’s favourite.
The Tiger Zinda Hai actor openly expressed his admiration for Shilpa and often extended support to her during internal spats within the house. But this support wasn’t limited to the arena of the reality show.
After the show was over, the superstar asked the beloved Angoori Bhabi if she needs his help with any of her legal cases.
“Almost all the legal cases are solved. After the show even Salman Khan ji asked me if there are any legal issues pending, he can help. I remember when I was facing problems and was not allowed to work on TV people told me to go and meet Salman as he helps people. But that time whoever knew Salman behaved like a big superstar (laughs). During that period, I realized how people try to misuse their position and especially if you are a girl. I am happy that he asked me and assured me for help if I ever face any problem,” Shilpa told Times of India.
How helpful of Bhai.
Shilpa Shinde beat Hina Khan to win Bigg Boss 11 and while speaking to a daily, the Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai actress revealed that she was happy to defeat Hina.
“I had wished that Hina should be there with me for the finale and that I should win. I remember very clearly that she told me ‘look at yourself first what you have done Shilpa Shinde…what drama you have done outside’.” The actress then went on to add, “I don’t want to say anything. Nothing was a drama in the house, everything was real. Even I was real in the show.”
According to reports, Shilpa beat Hina with a staggering margin of seven million votes and the winner dedicated her trophy to the fans who have been breaking records on Twitter to support their favourite inmate.