November 1, 2018 12:00:26 pm
Seems like the makers of Bigg Boss 12 are leaving no stone unturned to make Diwali a happy affair for the housemates. After Vikas Gupta and Shilpa Shinde entered the house and created lot of drama, it’s time to welcome two ex-contestants back in the show. Bigg Boss 11’s Sapna Choudhary and Bigg Boss 6’s Sana Khan will enter the house as part of the Diwali week celebration. Also, giving them company would be celebrity chef Zorawar Kalra.
Shared a source with indianexpress.com, “The Diwali week will be full of surprises for the housemates. After Vikas and Shilpa’s rangoli competition, it would be now time for some more fun. Sana would be seen selling designer clothes to the housemates. In return, the contestants would need to sacrifice something from their personal belonging. On the other hand, Sapna would be seen performing on her hit numbers to entertain the housemates.”
Celebration toh ab shuru hua hai! Diwali Dhamaka mein apne dance performance se sabhi ka dil jeetne aa rahi hain @ISapnachoudhary. Tune in to #BiggBoss12 tonight at 9 PM for all the dhamaal. #BB12 pic.twitter.com/Nb8FvrV9sq
— COLORS (@ColorsTV) November 1, 2018
MasterChef judge Zorawar, who will make his debut in Bigg Boss, will set up a live food counter for the contestants. The entire house will also be set up like a Diwali Mela. The contestants will have to perform few tasks to experience these luxuries brought by the special guests.
On Tuesday, Bigg Boss 11 winner Shilpa Shinde entered the house with her frenemy Vikas Gupta. The two ace players were seen trying to manipulate the contestants and even push them to perform better in the tasks. Bigg Boss also divided the house into two groups as Shinde Parivaar and Gupta Parivaar. Both groups had to design a rangoli on a given platform. After many fights and drama, the Gupta family won the task.
Bigg Boss 12 airs every day at 9 pm on Colors.
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