Karan Nath stated Karan Kundra wrong in his recent fight with Pratik Sehajpal

written by Kirti Pathak | October 22, 2021

Bigg Boss 15 contestant Karan Kundra has been blasted by Karan Nath after he recently acted violently towards Pratik Sehajpal. After witnessing his 'little brother Pratik being manhandled,' Karan said his rage began to boil.

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Karan Nath, a former Bigg Boss OTT participant, has slammed Karan Kundrra, a Bigg Boss 15 contestant, for his recent violent behavior towards co-contestant Pratik Sehajpal. Karan Kundra stated that he intended to demonstrate his might against Pratik and that his "blood boiled" when he saw Pratik being manhandled.

Karan Kundra grabbed Pratik Sehajpal's neck on a recent episode of Bigg Boss 15. He pinned him to the ground as well. Several celebrities, previous reality show contestants, and social media users chastised Karan for it.

Karan Nath, speaking to a leading daily, said, "I believe Karan Kundrra was mistaken. He claimed to be protecting himself during the task, but that is not the same as defending. He simply wanted to demonstrate that he is physically superior to Pratik. To defend yourself, you don't pin down or body slam someone. My fury was boiling when I witnessed my younger brother Pratik being manhandled and pinned like that. This would never have happened if I had been present in the house."

Karan stated of Pratik and his connections inside the Bigg Boss OTT house, " "In BBOTT, Pratik and I had our differences, but we were also brothers. It is against BB regulations to pin someone down. Would it be fair if I returned to the house and did the same thing to that guy? Pratik appears to be being cornered in the house, and although I understand he isn't always correct, who is in the BB home all of the time? We are all human, and we all make mistakes."

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Karan Nath had slammed Pratik following the panchayat job during his time in the Bigg Boss OTT house in August of this year. They began to explain themselves after Raqesh Bapat and Shamita Shetty referred to Karan and Ridhima Pandit as the house's 'kaamchor' (shirker) connection.

Pratik, on the other hand, kept interrupting them and making comments. "Enough is enough," Karan had said Pratik, losing his temper. Enough with the unnecessary provocation. Please don't get in the way; we're having a conversation. "Enough with the bullying."

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