Jasmin Bhasin and Rubina Dilaik have been undoubtedly the preferred contestants of Bigg Boss 14. With their love-hate relationship on the truth present, the 2 actresses created ripples inside the home and BB 14’s conclusion they proceed to do the identical. Jasmin and Rubina’s stint within the present seemingly ended on a somewhat bitter notice. Rumours about bitterness between the 2 escalated when Jasmin’s music video “Tera Go well with” with boyfriend Aly Goni launched.
Extending her help to the workforce of ‘Tera Go well with’, Rubina had shared a clip of the music on Instagram. In her publish, she tagged composer Tony Kakkar and Aly, however she skipped mentioning Jasmin. Now reacting to the identical, Jasmin in an interview mentioned that she is not bothered by it and Rubina may have genuinely forgotten to tag her. ” Effectively, as an individual I select to disregard negativity, so I do not know what has been going round. I used to be the primary particular person to hug and congratulate Rubina when she received the trophy and did not have any angst in opposition to them after the present. That was my means of displaying I do not maintain any grudges. Sure, there was one publish of Aly and I the place Rubina did not tag me and tagged solely Aly. Truthfully, she may have forgotten and that does not hassle me. I’m very completely satisfied they made a fantastic reel on our music and shared and promoted it,” Jasmin was quoted by Hindustan Occasions as saying.
Nonetheless, later Rubina did share a recreated model of ‘Tera Go well with’ with husband Abhinav Shukla tagging Jasmin.
In the meantime, movie star couple Rubina Dilaik and Abhinav Shukla just lately appeared in Neha Kakkar’s new music video Marjaneya.
Aside from this, Bigg Boss 14 winner Rubina Dilaik is all set to return to the each day cleaning soap “Shakti: Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki”. She is again on the present after a span of two years and can reprise her function of Saumya. Her character units out on a brand new journey. Up to now, the present has made a mark with its slant at breaking stereotypes and showcasing the struggles of a ‘kinnar’, or transgender.