It is the end of the first week and it is time for Bigg Boss- Weekend Ka Vaar episode where the host Salman Khan will take a round-up of all that happened in the house.
In the episode, Salman particularly mentions Lokesh and appreciates the way she speaks to the camera in her unique and entertaining manner. Imitating her he says that she is the most entertaining person in the house.
After asking her to perform the Bigg Boss rap that she created he asks her views on the four nominated contestants.
Salman calls Manoj Punjabi 'Bataamiz' for his inappropriate behavior. He reprimands him for not knowing Rohan Mehra’s name even after staying with him under one roof for over a week. He does not wait to hear his justification as well.
Going by the promos it looks like Priyanka Jagga and Om Swami are also not going to be 'spared' Salman ka Vaar this weekend.
Priyanka has been one of the most active contestants in arguments, spats and fights, and has often shown that the celebrities, who are still ‘sevaks’, are no good at any household work.
Salman is seen asking Priyanka whether she teaches her children to say 'Please', 'Sorry', etc, as she complains to him about celebrities having an attitude.
While in jail Swami was seen demanding for an air conditioner saying, "Main duniya ka sabse bada dhongi, sabse khatarnak badmaash hoon, sabse bada rakshas hoon. Bigg Boss bahut garmi lag rahi hai, yaa to air conditioner chala dijiye, warna main surang khodkar ke, jail todkar baahar bhaag jaunga. (I'm a fake baba, I'm a fraud, I'm a devil. Bigg Boss, please switch on the air conditioner or I will dig a tunnel in the jail and flee out of the house)."
The episode will also have a new element called Khalnayak Khursi in which all housemates will nominate a contestant as Khalnayak. Not surprisingly Swami Om and Priyanka Jagga received the most number of votes.
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Updated Date: Oct 22, 2016 18:12:52 IST