Sunday night was as action-packed as the “Weekend Cover” raged at Big Boss’s house. Salman Khan has introduced a quirky new task to the contestants. In this task, there was a balloon on each player’s head. They all had to burst their housemates’ balloons, revealing what they had misunderstandings about themselves and the Big Boss house.
Vishal Kotian has become the number one target for this task by landslides, as everyone else burst a balloon over his head and explained the myth he has about himself. Tejasswi Prakash hints at a cautious alliance with Shamita Shetty, noting that “Main nahi maanti kisiko bhi jhoote promises karke, aapke alliance bank aage badhne ki bilkul bhi zarura thai.”
Salman also asked his housemates about the shocking evictions of Donal Bisht and Vidi Pandia. The actresses were kicked out based on a housemate vote. Salman mentioned how both of them were collectively targeted by their familymates, even though they were building relationships within the house. “It’s the hardest thing to build relationships in this house, so we kicked out those who had ties with everyone,” Salman said.
Mannish Paul then entered the Big Boss house in a “spicy” game. Based on the nature of the housemates, the contestants had to give each other a kind of mirch that reflected their behavior. Shamita felt betrayed when Nishant nominated her name early, so he gave Nishant a Dokeba Ajiki Milch. Vishal handed Karan “Overconfident Milch”, but Jay received “Larch Milch” for his actions in past episodes. He also got “jhootki mirchi” from Pratik. As a result, spats occurred between the two and were hit almost again.
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Salman Khan asks housemates about the eviction of Donal Bisht and Vidi Pandia’s peasants
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