The recent spat in Bigg Boss between Tanaz and Bakhtiyar Irani is not worrying Bakhtiyar's sister, Delnaaz Paul too much.
The well known comic artist says, "You got to understand that Bakhtiyar is under lots of pressure. He not only has to secure himself but also his wife as well. If he does not speak up for her, he is called a wimp and if he does, it spoils his equations with others in the house. In this situation, if Tanaz needled Kamal Khan just for laughs, no wonder he lost it. But then they made up in the next day's episode, right!"
Delnaaz goes on. "Much of the differences happen because Bigg Boss house is full of people of different classes and attitudes. This is unlike most other reality shows where we only have TV guys, but here we have people like Kamal. The fact that he flirts with Claudia Ciesla and eats cake after claiming to be on hunger strike, speaks a lot about where he comes from! Most of the other inmates are also not the ones we interact on a regular basis, for example, Vindoo. I only know his father Dara Singh ( Kal Ho Na Ho)".
Delnaaz also accepted that Tanaz complicated matters when she used the now famous 'Disappear Disappear' phrase against Kamal. "My brother's main worry is that nobody will come to her rescue and that's what is happening", she states.
She further added, "For most of the time Bakhtiyar has held his temper. We all know how hot headed he is. I just hope that he uses this opportunity to help create a new image. He helps a lot in the house, and I hope the public appreciates that. But it looks like the channel will focus more on his anger, as he was brought in for that drama".
But the actress is confident that such minor issues will not affect Bakhtiyar-Tanaz relationship. "I am sure they will have many more fights, but they will resolve it all when they come out, as they are mature people and realize that they have a one and a half year son waiting for them at home".
We too really hope that their relationship of years passes this acid test with flying colors…
Reporter and Author: Anil Merani