Updated: November 19, 2018 8:31:33 pm
After Shivashish Mishra’s eviction, Bigg Boss will give the contestants a chance to rectify their mistakes. Last week, as a harsh verdict, except captain Romil Chaudhary, all contestants were nominated for evictions. But in tonight’s episode, Bigg Boss will announce a task where contestants would be given a chance to save themselves.
As part of the task, a safe zone would be made in the garden area with only three chairs and three flagposts. Dipika Kakar, Surbhi Rana and Deepak Thakur would be the first ones to enter the safe zone. They will have to wear safe badges and the flags with their name and pictures would be hoisted on the flag posts. After every gong, they will have to mutually decide to leave the safe zone and give the spot to someone they think deserves it the most. But even after leaving the spot they would be allowed to come in if someone else takes their name and surrender their spot. The entire house would be seen strategising and convincing each other to gain a spot in the safe zone.
At the very onset, a lot of disagreement would be seen amongst the contestants. This task will come as a blessing in disguise because it will lead to more groups being formed in the house. While Rohit Suchanti will try to convince the Happy Club members to save him, his plan would fail. He will then join hands with Karanvir Bohra and Srishty Rode. Jasleen Matharu and Megha Dhade will join hands with Sreesanth and Dipika’s team.
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Also, on the other hand, Megha will be seen questioning Deepak’s affection towards Somi Khan. She will be seen discussing with Dipika how Deepak was never attracted to Somi but suddenly developed feelings. The two will also talk about how Deepak can stoop to any level to be in the game.
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