The winner of Colors channel’s stunt reality shows Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 has been announced. There was a match between Divyanka Tripathi and Arjun Bijlani to win the trophy of the show, where Arjun Bijlani has won due to a distance of just 20 seconds. While Arjun’s fans are celebrating his victory, fans of runner-up Divyanka are accusing the channel and host Rohit Shetty of bias.
After the announcement of the winner of the show, Divyanka Tripathi started trending on Twitter. Expressing displeasure over Divyanka’s loss, a social media user wrote, ‘This trophy belongs to Divyanka. I wanted to see Rohit sir hand over the trophy to Divyanka but alas it didn’t happen due to channel bias. Real winner Divyanka.
On the other hand, another user wrote, ‘I am not a fan of Divyanka Tripathi, but was cheering her throughout the show. She has done well in every task, but the channel has done very badly for her. This is unfair. He failed her. We can see this. I am very angry with this.’
Another user wrote, ‘We are not blind. We could see that she had caught the hook but the helicopter deliberately went up, so she lost by 20 seconds. Despite this, she was faster than Arjun. Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 It is completely clear who completed the task first.
Arjun Bijlani clarified
The winner of the show, Arjun Bijlani, told Bollywood Life on the allegation of continuously winning the show unfairly, ‘It is very sad. The show was by no means on anyone’s side. It depends on who completes the task faster. I did the finale stunt fast. Someday Divyanka also did some stunt fast. I was better that day, the channel didn’t do the task. When people watch it, they come to know that it was a very difficult stunt and Divyanka was stuck on the net for a long time. Anyone who saw this stunt knows that I did it fast.
Let us tell you that Divyanka Tripathi, Arjun Bijlani, and Vishal Aditya Singh had fixed their eyes in the top 3, but Vishal could not move forward. Later, there was a task between Divyanka and Arjun, in which Arjun won by a margin of just 20 seconds.