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Each day there is a new drama in the house. After saving three contestants from nominations yesterday, Bigg Boss announced luxury budget task today. There was a major twist, as wild card entry Rohit broke the trust of his friends for the task.
Let’s see what else happened in the Bigg Boss house today:
Luxury budget task:
The luxury budget task will have an impact on captaincy also.Team Red comprising Karanvir, Romil, Somi, Surbhi and Deepak are to fight it out with Team Blue comprising Rohit, Megha, Dipika, Sreesanth and Jasleen. In the end of the task, the team whose most members are outside the belly of snake would win.
Personal comments on Jalseen:
Megha and Deepak enter into an argument inside the snake’s belly. And as the third buzzer goes, Rohit and Jasleen indulge in their desire to enter snake belly and get into a heated argument. Rohit makes personal comments on Jalseen and says she only eats in the house and doesn’t perform the task.
After all the discussions, Rohit goes inside the snake’s belly and flips by keeping the lever on blue. Rohit says Team Red will support him for captaincy and Megha calls him a traitor. Amid all this, Srishty and Sreesanth get into an argument as Sreesanth questions her bias as a sanchalak. Rohit and Megha gets into an argument and Rohit threatens to slap her.
Sreesanth and Dipika breakdowns:
Surbhi tells Dipika that Sree should have given a positive reason to go inside the snake and Dipika clearly dismisses the conversation. On the other hand, Sreesanth gets emotional as he had a heated argument with Srishty. Dipika tries to console him and gets emotional. Romil tries to console both Sreesanth and Dipika. Meanwhile, Somi also breaks down and tells Dipika that it hurts her when she is saved because she is considered weak because of her teammate’s behaviour.
Tomorrow, the task will continue.
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