Actress Sakshi Agarwal, who was recently evicted from the ‘Bigg Boss’ house, has apologised to the audience after she was caught in a controversy for referring viewers to dogs.
During an episode, to comfort co-contestant Sherin, she had said ‘if dogs bark on the road does it matter to you?’, asking her not to worry about what audience say about her. This has sparked a controversy and Kamal Haasan too questioned her.
Following this, she has posted the following statement on her social media page: “To everyone concerned.. I have now understood that my statement in BB house may have hurt you and I sincerely and whole-heartedly apologise for it. By no means my statement meant to generalize everyone.
It was a common proverb that was used at the heat of the moment probably at the wrong time to console my friend #sherin. It wasn’t my intention at all and I did not mean it like that.
I respect the love, support and opinion I have always got from all of you and it means a lot to me. I love each and everyone of you. A huge lapse on my part and lesson learnt. You are all like my family so if I made a mistake pls forgive me and keep supporting me.”