They entered the Bigg Boss 10 house hand-in-hand. They fought to retain power and win the luxury budget tasks as a strong team. But just third week and it looks like the Indiawale of Bigg Boss 10 are headed for a split. The commoners, who had vowed to ouster the celebrities from the game to prove why a common man can also win the controversial reality show, seem to be fast deviating from their initial plan. This weekend, host Salman Khan will get a shock to see a crack in the team of commoners as a rift between them will surface. Contestants Nitibha Kaul and Swami Om will blame Manu Punjabi and Manveer Gurjar for being manipulative and getting insecure with the celebrities.
So far we have seen how Manu and Manveer have majorly remained the task masters for Indiawale. From strategising to nominations, they have played their cards right. But in a way, they have even managed to irk some of their co-commoners.
Salman during the Weekend Ka Vaar episode asks them if there was any insecurity they faced with the celebs. Nitibha and Om will be quick to agree and say that both Manu and Manveer have made sure that others kept their distance from the stars. But incidentally, both Manu and Manveer’s growing proximity towards Mona Lisa and Bani respectively is making them stand against each other too.
Here is a glimpse at what lies in the episode.
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While the current season is supposed to be a war between the celebrities and Indiawale, it is slowly changing path giving way to a clash within the two groups itself. In Friday’s episode, we saw how celebrity contestants Bani and Lopamudra had a rough immunity task where they ended up getting rather abusive and physical, thus highlighting their evident cold war and rivalry, things are set to get worse within the commoners too.
How will other Indiawale Navin and Lokesh react to the clash is something to watch out for. The current season has already gained enough momentum, and the competition will only thicken henceforth. Watch this space for more.