Updated: September 18, 2018 7:18:10 pm
In just two days of Bigg Boss 12, Sreesanth has already threatened to leave the show. In today’s episode of Salman Khan’s show, the former cricketer will fail to do a task, leading to Bigg Boss cancelling it. With housemates blaming him, Sreesanth, in a fit of rage, will announce Tuesday that he will leave the show.
“When it was Sreesanth’s turn in the task, he sat down on the panel with Sourabh Mehta and Shivashish Mishra. Seeming quite disinterested, he refused to carry on the debate. Even after being prodded by the housemates and warned by Bigg Boss, he refused to utter a word. Bigg Boss then called off the task. The moderators Shilpa Shinde and Karan Patel also looked furious at Sreesanth’s unsporting attitude,” a source from the show told indianexpress.com.
The housemates were really disappointed with their first task being unsuccessful. Expressing their anger and frustration, they did miss the chance to call out Sreesanth. While the Khan sisters – Saba and Somi – are expected to get into an argument with him, Dipika Kakar and Karanvir Bohra will try to make him understand the importance of the task.
“Feeling irritated by the contestants’ taunts, Sreesanth will threaten to leave the show. He will say that he cannot judge people in a couple of days. And if such tasks are going to be a part of the game, he wouldn’t like to play it. He will also show his displeasure at being blamed by the housemates,” the source added.
As per the task, the single contestants will be asked to challenge the couples in the BB Press Conference task. Both parties will then debate why they deserve to be a part of Bigg Boss. The other housemates had to cross question them while ex-Bigg Boss contestants Hina Khan, Hiten Tejwani, Shilpa Shinde and popular actor Karan Patel played moderators.
Sreesanth had participated in Jhalak Dikhhlaa Jaa a few years back, and had staged a walkout after being eliminated.
In an interview with indianexpress.com before entering Bigg Boss, he had promised that he will not repeat this.
“During Jhalak, I was on bail. Now that I have got a clean chit, I have nothing to prove to anyone. Be assured, I will not walk out of Bigg Boss. I am confident that I will only come out of the house on the finale. I have always believed in giving it all or nothing,” Sreesanth had said.
Only time will tell whether the cricketer-turned-actor will stick to his word or add another controversy to his name. It would also be interesting to see how Salman Khan would react to this incident on the Weekend Ka Vaar.
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