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Bigg Boss 14: Vikas Gupta, who was facing a debt of crores, had been evicted from his property by his mother, now he came in front and said this big thing

Contestant Vikas Gupta of Bigg Boss 14 recently revealed his family dispute and debts in the show. His mother has reacted to this. She now wants to forget all the old things. She said that there are quarrels in every family. She wants to forget old things and meet development.

Contestant Vikas Gupta of Bigg Boss 14 recently went through an emotional trauma on the show and made many revelations about his personal life. Vikas Gupta also told Ali Goni, Abhinav Shukla and Rubina Dilaiq about their bad circumstances and their family disputes. Vikas told National TV that he not only had to face the economic crisis but some friends in the TV industry left him.




Vikas Gupta revealed that he has a debt of 1.8 crore rupees on him and his parents have evicted him from his property.

Vikas Gupta has been in and out of this season due to his poor health. He told everyone about the ongoing feud with his mother in a recent episode. His mother has given a reaction after listening to Vikas on TV. He has rejected all the allegations of development.

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Vikas’s mother Sharada Gupta said, “There are quarrels in every family and it is completely fine. Still, I want to meet my son and surprise him. Now all I want is that Forget happily in life and move on under the influence of no one. ”

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Arshi Khan accused of blackmailing

Vikas accused Arshi Khan of blackmailing her and said that her family was only concerned about her money. She admitted in the show that she told her mother to leave her house because she was taking care of everyone and no one cared for her.

Mother refused to talk

Regarding his loan, Vikas Gupta said, “There was a time when I was about to sell my house and when I called my mother and told her about it, she just said, ‘I am busy, on a trip , I will talk to you after 10 days. ‘ Then I told them, ‘I am broken’ and I cannot afford your treatment. ”

 

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