Ankita Lokhande and Vicky Jain, a couple, and other contestants got into another fight on Bigg Boss 17. Bigg Boss gave the participants a nomination task on the most recent episode of the reality program, which led to disagreements between the contestants. According to India Today, Ankita recommended divorcing Vicky Jain after she discussed the difficulties faced by males in marriage.
Vicky and Ayesha talked about marriage:
Ayesha Khan questioned Vicky Jain about marriage throughout the episode. In jokes, he claimed that married men are unable to express how much suffering they suffer. Ayesha continued by talking about herself and saying she wouldn’t get married. She also disclosed that her father was the basis for her desire to be married.
Ankita responds to Vicky’s opinion about married men:
“I can never really say how I feel,” stated Vicky. This is the experience that married people, particularly men, have. They are unable to truly communicate the suffering and difficulties they suffer. “If you suffer so much, then why are you with me?” Ankita Lokhande replied. I want to get a divorce, not go back home with you.
About Vicky, Ankita speaks with Ayesha:
Later, Ankita confessed in Ayesha, saying, “I know Vicky loves me, but he’s not giving me what I want.” He seems to have dominance over me. Every time I get into a fight with a male competitor, he always steps in to stop me. Ankita, Aishwarya Sharma, Neil Bhatt, and Anurag Dhobal were the participants nominated for elimination this week in the most recent episode.
About Ankita and Vicky:
Vicky and Ankita got married on December 14, 2021. “I had fun at my wedding,” she remarked in an interview with Hindustan Times following the ceremony. It was wonderful. People were weeping really. When Vicky saw me, he started crying too. And I’m glad I treated him that way (laughs). I started crying as soon as I saw my dad in tears.
“Everyone has their own wedding plans,” she had added. Vicky and I also had some plans. It was a one-take deal, so we were both very nervous and excited. I’ve always desired a different wedding. Not very tadak bhadak (glitzy) was my wedding. It was elegant and just how I had intended it.