In the recent Weekend Ka Vaar episode of Bigg Boss 17, filmmaker Karan Johar, who has made a grand return to the show, took a moment to address Vicky Jain regarding the need to stand by his wife, Ankita Lokhande. The discussion arose when family members, including Vicky and Ankita’s mothers, entered the Bigg Boss house.
During her visit, Vicky’s mother, Ranjana Jain, raised questions for Ankita, prompting Karan Johar to advise Vicky on the responsibilities that come with being a husband. He emphasized the importance of standing by one’s spouse, especially when faced with challenges on national television.
Karan Johar conveyed, “National television pe jab aapki maa Ankita ko aake sawaal puchti hai, tab ek pati hone ke naate aapko unke peeche khade rehna chahiye. Aur mai yeh nahi keh raha ki unko kuch bhi kehna chahiye, apne maa ke khilaaf. All he needed to do was ask you ki, ‘Ankita, kya hua?'” (When your mother questions Ankita on national television, as a husband, you should stand by her. And I’m not saying that he should say anything against his mother. All he needed to do was ask you, ‘Ankita, what happened?’])
Following this, Vicky Jain, expressing his concern, asked Ankita about the details. Ankita revealed that Vicky’s father had called her mother and made a comment about Ankita allegedly hitting her husband with slippers.
Vicky Jain, visibly troubled, conveyed his apprehension, “What did your father say? A father might have certain feelings. The way you bring up our problems in front of me on national television doesn’t look right. When will you understand that?”
The incident highlights the complexities of personal matters being discussed on a public platform, raising questions about the role of family dynamics in the context of reality TV.