Bigg Boss 12: Housemates Stand Up for Surbhi Rana, Slam Sreesanth for His ‘Railway Station’ Comment; Watch Video
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Sreesanth is definitely controversy’s favourite child. And if controversies are not finding him, he goes in search of them. And that is how the ex-cricketer found himself in a new mess in the Bigg Boss 12 house last weekend when he referred to Surbhi Rana as one of those girls who stand outside railway stations after 11 pm. However, this did not go down well with people inside as well as outside the house. Bigg Boss 12: Sreesanth Makes An Exit From The House; Find Out Why

While Sreesanth’s comments about Surbhi being characterless and more were not taken to kindly, by the lady, for a change, the entire house stood by her and berated Sreesanth for the same. In fact, in tonight’s episode of the show, Dipika, Karanvir, Romil, Somi and the rest of the housemates got into an argument with Sree.

In fact, in the beginning, Sree’s closest buddies Dipika and Romil came to him to convince him to apologise to Surbhi. He, however, snubbed them and mentioned that he had already apologized to Surbhi over the weekend. But after listening to them go on, Sree decided to go and apologise to Surbhi once and for all.

However, his nonchalant attitude only made matters worse for the ex-cricketer. After his ‘apology’, the rest of the housemates discussed Sree’s apathetic attitude and his nonchalant way of saying sorry to Surbhi and KV even confronted him. To this, Sree accused KV of ‘putting words into everyone’s mouth and gave his classic dhamki- ‘I’ll see you’. To this, KV also got back at him and said- ‘We’ll see.’ Bigg Boss 12: Surbhi Rana Gets Into an Ugly Fight, Makes Fun of Sreesanth’s Slapgate Controversy – Watch Video

Well, while the whole issue was raised during the Weekend Ka Vaar episode by Salman Khan, Sreesanth seems to not have learnt his lesson. And with the way he apologised to Surbhi also not earning him points, do you think Sree's attitude towards the entire incident was right?