October 13, 2014 6:37:04 pm
The day after eliminations is always a calm one. But where there is a calm, there is always a storm approaching.
Reportedly, Day 23 inside the Bigg Boss house kicks off with a Punjabi tadka as the contestants wake up to a Bhangra song. However, later in the morning, the Bhangra turns to gloom as Sushant accidentally hurts his left eye. While he feels better, a doctor comes in to check him and prescribes a precautionary medicine to ensure that there is no hidden injury which could spring up later.
The insanity arrives soonafter when Bigg Boss soon announces nominations for the upcoming week. As all the contestants prepare to name those they would want to see evicted from the Bigg Boss house, a googly is thrown at them when Bigg Boss asks them to name the one contestant they would want to ‘save’ from eliminations in the coming week. Many are taken aback by this turn of events and an uneasiness sets in as they rethink their strategies and name those they would like to protect.
In the evening, the task ‘Rose Day’ is introduced, wherein the contestants are asked to present roses as a thank you measure to the contestants that they believe have saved them from eviction. The process ruffles a lot of feathers as the foes are misunderstood to be friends and the friends are left wondering where they went wrong.
Another task is introduced at night called ‘Gharwale Jaan-na Chahte Hai’, moderated by Gautam. As a part of this task, the contestants are grilled by Gautam with the questions which they had anonymously put down last week. This will certainly bring in some new dynamics and changes into the relationships amongst the inmates.
As said earlier, the drama refuses to die in the Bigg Boss house. Well! Everything is fair in love and war, especially the Bigg Boss house!
Watch this space for more.
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