Bigg Boss 12, 21 December, Day 96 written updates: Karanvir, Surbhi, get last kalkothri punishment
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As the week ended, it was time for the contestants to pay the price for their misconduct in the house and suffer the kalkothri punishment. While this will be the last kalkothri of the season, the contestants had to choose three contenders not only on the basis of their behaviour throughout the week, but the entire season. To guide them through this task, ex-contestants Manu Punjabi and Pritam Singh visited the Bigg Boss house.
Manu and Pritam gave the contestants three parameters, and on that basis they had to choose contenders to be sent in the kalkothri. Their first condition was — who according to them was the most doubled faced in the house. Contestants had a tough time deciding between Karanvir and Romil.
Their second condition was — who according to the contestants was the most annoying person in the house. Again, there was a dilemma between Romil and Deepak.
The last and the most difficult challenge was to decide who the most ill-behaved contestant of the house was. The contestants targeted Surbhi and Sreesanth in this category, which annoyed Surbhi.
While Manu and Pritam had given them the challenge to choose the contestants for kalkothri, they also had a power to save one of them from this punishment. They chose to save Karanvir and hence, Deepak and Surbhi served the punishment.
As the day ended, an emotional Surbhi, depressed over the feedback she has received off-late over her behaviour, spoke about the issues with Karanvir saying she's been misjudged by her co-contestants. She kept talking in English despite being warned by Bigg Boss several times.
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