In the recent episode of Bigg Boss 17, contestant Isha Malviya opened up about a distressing incident involving her ex-boyfriend, Abhishek Kumar, revealing a dark chapter from her past. During a candid conversation with fellow contestant Vicky Jain in the garden area, Isha shared a harrowing experience that unfolded on New Year’s during her past relationship.

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Isha recounted the incident, stating that she and Abhishek went to a club to celebrate New Year’s together. Upon entering the venue, Isha introduced Abhishek to her girlfriend as her boyfriend. However, things took an unexpected turn when Abhishek, seemingly shocked to see the number of friends Isha had, confronted her.

According to Isha, “When he questioned me, I said, ‘Yes, and I know these girls.’ I don’t know what happened to him, and after this, he slapped me so hard in the club.” Vicky Jain, who was listening to her story, appeared visibly stunned by the revelation.

Abhishek Kumar Slapped Isha Malviya

Isha further elaborated on the aftermath of the incident, describing how her right eye turned blue due to the impact of the slap. The visible mark became a lasting reminder of the traumatic episode. Isha emotionally shared, “When it was all over, my mother came to know that I got that mark because of Abhishek.”

This revelation adds a sombre note to Isha Malviya’s narrative in the Bigg Boss house, providing viewers with a glimpse into the challenges and abuse she faced during her past relationship with Abhishek. The disclosure sheds light on the emotional and physical toll of abusive dynamics within relationships, emphasizing the importance of raising awareness about such issues.

Isha, who is currently dating fellow Bigg Boss 17 contestant Samarth Jurel, has previously discussed the difficulties she faced during her past relationship. The revelation adds depth to her journey in the reality show, showcasing her resilience and determination to overcome personal struggles. The episode serves as a platform for meaningful conversations around domestic violence and the need for empathy and support for survivors.