The second week of Bigg Boss 10 has started on a high energy note, keeping us on the edge of our seats with excitement and nervousness. The tables have turned and celebs are now the Maliks and Indiawale are not enjoying being their Sevaks. And in the middle of this lands the second week’s luxury task.
Bigg Boss has asked contestants to wash clothes and the one who can manage the maximum number will be the winner. The new task, called BB laundry, is an arduous task involving washing, cleaning and ironing clothes. A conveyor belt is placed in the garden area through which different types of clothes are sent in. The housemates are divided into two teams – celebrities are team blue while Indiawale are team orange.
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Once the conveyor belt starts moving, members of both the teams have to pick their set of clothes by standing behind the barricade and wash, clean and iron them. They have to present the clean clothes to an inspector from the opposition team. The inspector is given the power to accept only those clothes which are well laundered and ironed. While Rohan has been elected as the inspector for Team Orange, Nitibha is the inspector for Team Blue. The winner of the task will not only have the opportunity to decide the luxury budget but it will also have implications on ‘satta parivartan’ and nominations.
But how can a task get over without aggression and fight? We would see, for the first time, Rahul Dev being all aggressive and getting into a verbal spat with Indiawale. Seems like Kamya Punjabi’s advice to the actor has made him realise that this show is not about being good but being good in the eyes of the audience.
Mona Lisa, who was warned in the October 24 episode about Manoj Punjabi’s intention towards her, has confronted Manoj about what the celebs have to say about him. While Mona gets all emotional while talking to him, Manoj makes her understand that people will talk but she should be the one to judge what is right or wrong between them.
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If it is an episode of fights and arguments, how can Swami Om stay away? Well, apparently, Indiawale are completely going against Swami Om, who is safe from eviction this week. Navin calls him ‘two-faced’ and threatens him and Manoj Manu and Manveer Gujjar back him. Is this a glimpse of the future of Indiawale?
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