Rohit Shetty's Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 premiered on July 17 and the first weekend was everything that one expected. It was full of thrills, drama and some jokes. In the episode aired on Sunday, host Rohit made contestant Vishal Aditya Singh recreate his infamous Bigg Boss 13 frying pan scene. Mahekk Chahal was asked to hit him with a frying pan, just the way Madhurima Tuli did in Bigg Boss 13 after a major fight.
After the episode aired, Madhurima, who is Vishal's former girlfriend, lashed out at the makers of Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 for bringing up the incident regularly. The actress issued a video statement and requested Colors to give her a chance to move on and not cause any emotional harm to her family. Madhurima said that she doesn't want people to remember the same incident again and again.
Today when I watched #KKK11 I didn't like that pan wala clip... It was like makers were trying to demean #VishalAdityaSingh
Moreover he performed the stunt fantastically #VishalAdityaSingh pic.twitter.com/6QjgKn5ufn
— Ayushi Shukla (@itsayushishukla) July 18, 2021
In the caption, Madhurima wrote, "My Mom is crying since morning, she has Diabetes issues and was hospitalized earlier due to the same incident. You guys dont know a single thing about my personal relation with the person that incident happened. Every single relation in the house was poisonous and everyone has done mistakes in the same house. Please let me move on. Its a request, please consider this video a humble request to not play with my family’s emotions again and again.. Thank you."
Madhurima and Vishal's tumultuous relationship is known to the public. They had a bitter breakup because of irreconcilable issues. After participating as a former couple in Nach Baliye 9, Vishal and Madhurima got locked inside the Bigg Boss 13 house. However, things got ugly between them and their fights got violent too.
Due to the frying pan incident, Madhurima and Vishal were sent to jail inside the house. As a punishment, Bigg Boss did not allow Vishal and Madhurima to meet their families during the Family Week.