Reality shows, especially those with a high dose of drama like Bigg Boss, are bound to raise eyebrows and generate controversies. The recently concluded season of Bigg Boss 17 witnessed an intense in-house press meet during the finale week, where Mannara Chopra found herself under scrutiny. A reporter didn’t shy away from asking a pointed question, questioning whether she tends to play the victim card and engage in character assassination against fellow female contestants by uttering harsh statements.

Mannara Chopra, known for her strong opinions and outspoken nature, faced a challenging moment as a reporter confronted her with allegations of playing the victim and making derogatory remarks about other women in the Bigg Boss house. The journalist suggested that Mannara was not only portraying herself as a victim but also engaging in character assassination by making vile comments about her fellow female contestants like Ayesha Khan, Ankita Lokhande, and Khanzaadi. She then went on to humbly apologize to each of them when called out on her remarks. One of the remarks included calling Khanzaadi ‘characterless’ which was raised at the press conference. Mannara acknowledged that certain comments might have been made in the heat of the moment, but she insisted that it was not a premeditated strategy to malign others.

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Here’s a glimpse of what went down…

Mannara Chopra’s experience at the in-house press meet in Bigg Boss 17 underscores the challenges faced by contestants in the limelight. As the dust settles on another season, discussions surrounding the authenticity of conflicts and the behaviour of participants will continue.