Updated: January 27, 2020 7:02:28 pm
The makers of Bigg Boss 13 are all set to introduce ‘connection week’, where friends and family members of the contestants will enter the house.
Shared a source with indianexpress.com, “These special episodes will see the family and friends staying with the contestants in the house for a week. They will be performing different kinds of tasks with contestants to win luxury items, captaincy and even immunity. With just a few days remaining for the finale, we are hoping their entries will add positivity and more energy among the contestants.”
Making a re-entry will be Vikas Gupta. He will come to aide Sidharth Shukla, with whom he developed a close bond. Devoleena Bhattacharjee, who had to exit the show after a back injury, will be seen supporting her good friend Rashami Desai.
Asim Riaz, who has been hogging the limelight for his aggression, will be in for a surprise as ex-contestant Himanshi Khurana will be coming to support him. While Riaz had fallen head over heels in love with her, Khurana had kept a distance, saying that she is already engaged. Recently, Riaz was informed that Khurana has broken up with her boyfriend and is, in fact, waiting for him. This opportunity will not only give the two lovebirds a chance to rekindle their romance but also come as a treat for their fans.
Shefali Jariwala, who had made an exit on Sunday, will also be back to support Paras Chhabra. The two have been friends for a long time and Chhabra even considers her husband Parag Tyagi as his elder brother. While Paras had spoken ill about Jariwala when she started bonding with his enemies, the two managed to sort their differences later in the show.
Apart from them, Kashmera Shah, who has been a contestant herself in the first season, will come to help her sister-in-law Arti Singh. Mahira Sharma, Shehnaaz Gill and Vishal Aditya Singh will welcome their brothers Akash, Shahbaaz and Kunal, respectively, in this special week.
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