Akanksha Sharma, the offended spouse of Yuvraj Singh’s sibling, has been disposed of from the tenth period of reality show “Bigg Boss”. She says she is searching for a separation now and feels Shabnam Singh – mother of the star cricketer – fears what she may educate the world regarding the family.
Akanksha was hitched to Yuvraj’s more youthful sibling Zoravar for four months. Be that as it may, the couple has been alienated for more than two years now.
Before Akanksha entered the “Bigg Boss” house not long ago, she had said that her issues were not amongst her and Zoravar, or with Yuvraj, but rather with their mom Shabnam, who hit out by saying that Akanksha maybe had a “motivation” to enter the show.
Gotten some information about her feeling about Shabnam’s announcement, Akanksha told IANS: “I think she fears the way that the things that I need to say are entirely valid, on the grounds that if things aren’t valid, a man doesn’t generally respond the way she is responding to it. You are (She) fears what I may say.”
Akanksha said she is “not searching for anything” from the Singh family.
“Be that as it may, (I am) searching for my separation and I don’t need anything from their home by any means. I simply need my opportunity from that house. I need to proceed in my life,” she included….
The Gurgaon-based girl, post her ouster from “Bigg Boss”, has been quoted by a publication as saying that she was forced into intimacy with Zoravar and that she smoked pot with him.
Shabnam has now released a statement against these allegations made by Akanksha.
“Me and my family have only knocked the doors of the courts against her false allegations and blackmailing. I deny all these new allegations as well. The matter is sub-judice and I hope every one else also respects the law of land and let the courts bring out the truth through their verdict,” Shabnam said in a statement.
“For the longest time, we as a family have ignored all her unnecessary assaults, giving her the benefit of being a woman, of being immature, and above all of being family. This benefit cannot be extended forever,” she added.
Yuvraj’s mother — now “determined to take this to its logical end” — also said “the image of the family assiduously earned over a period of years, cannot be allowed to be eroded by an ill-meaning person”.
Meanwhile, the “Bigg Boss” journey was “pretty awesome” for Akanksha, who has described it as a “once in a lifetime experience”.
“I wasn’t expecting it, but the day the eviction was taking place, I kind of felt it that it is going to happen because I really didn’t get the chance to show who I am or represent who I am,” she said.
After “Bigg Boss”, she is looking forward to acting and finishing her book on woman empowerment……