In previous episodes we saw how every participant became a “junglewasi” and how winning tasks while deducting the prize money was the only solution to get back to the main house. The tricks of the jungle have now led to more intense dangals. Each contender plays with their own mind game, which is a great one daraar underneath.
The game runs in the Bigg Boss jungle as Sanchalak Nishant starts hard with every contestant aiming to win a ticket to the main house. When some contenders hope to get a thumbs up from him, he still manages to find a flaw in their performances. Angry at his verdict, former Sanchalak Shamita despises Nishant,“Tu Bolta hai ‘Main Fair Hoon’ well? Teri fairness abhi dekh li hum logon ne! “ Nishant replies, “Whatever you say. Doesn’t matter! “He adds, “Aap karoge aapke hisaab se toh chalta hai. Dusra karega toh mirchi lagti hai! “
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On the other hand, the temporary truce between Jay and Pratik seems to have ended. Jay is determined to win the full prize money without any deductions by going inside. He’s so persistent that he even refuses to let others win. Pratik calmly tries to change Jay’s mind at first, but the discussion soon escalates into a big argument. “Merko jo karna hai main karunga. Terko jo ukhaadna hai ukhaad le! ”, Jay makes his point. At the end there is another argument between the two.
But it’s not just tashan that surrounds the jungle. After Meisha and Ieshaan, another love story is brewing in the wild. The air around Karan and Tejasswi is full of romance as they begin to spend more time together. “I know this show is about relationships, but agar tu hi theek nahi hai toh kya relationship banaayega?” Tejasswi also supports him like a stone when she tells him: “You can’t let every damn thing affect you! I’ll keep an eye on you a little longer. “