Mumbai: Ever since the news of Sajid Khan’s entry in Bigg Boss 16 has surfaced, people have been blown away. People are very angry with this decision of the makers, because Sajid Khan has been accused of #MeToo by many women.

It is worth mentioning that Sajid used to make wrong and uncomfortable demands to actresses in return for giving work in his films. While some actresses cheered on Sajid’s entry in the show, Bigg Boss OTT fame Urfi Javed has slammed these actresses and the makers of Bigg Boss.

At the same time, singer Sona Mohapatra has also protested against giving entry to a person who was facing serious allegations during the #MeToo campaign in the national reality show. Let us tell you that both these celebrities have been a part of Bigg Boss. At the same time, the alleged victim and actress Mandana Karimi (Mandana Karimi protest against Sajid Khan) has left the Bollywood industry in protest.

Mandana Karimi opened up about her casting couch experience with Sajid through #MeToo. He had said that he had met Sajid about the film “Humshakals” and Sajid had asked him to take off his clothes. Mandana further added, Sajid told her that “If I like what I see, then you can get that role.”

Apart from Mandana, many others including Saloni Gaur, Aahana Kumra have also spoken about their experiences with Sajid Khan. Ever since the entry of Sajid Khan in Bigg Boss 16, the anger of the people has increased.

Talking to Hindustan Times, Mandana said, “To be honest, I am not surprised to see him in the headlines again. Life has become such for people that I can even lay my head under the sand. If it’s going to benefit me and make money, who cares? This explains why the MeToo campaign didn’t really reach anywhere in India and many other countries.” Currently, the actress has also made her Instagram handle private.

Mandana further said, “It hurts me. To be honest, this is the reason why I haven’t worked for the last seven months. I’m not working anymore. I didn’t go to any audition. I don’t want to work in Bollywood. I don’t want to join an industry where women are not respected.”