Bigg Boss 12, 27 November, Day 72 written updates: Contestants hold a trial, accuse each other of misdoings

The Bigg Boss 12 house has got a desi makeover for this week’s luxury budget task

Seema Sinha November 28, 2018 09:48:46 IST
Bigg Boss 12, 27 November, Day 72 written updates: Contestants hold a trial, accuse each other of misdoings

The Bigg Boss 12 house has got a desi makeover for this week’s luxury budget task. To give the contestants a hint of what was in store for them, Bigg Boss woke up the contestants to the song Desi Girl from Dostana. This week’s luxury budget task was called BB Panchayat. The house was divided into two groups - Team Dipika with Romil, Sreesanth and Megha, and Team Deepak with Rohit, Karanvir and Surbhi. Deepak and Dipika were the mukhiyas of their teams and Jasleen and Somi were the sarpanch.

Bigg Boss 12 27 November Day 72 written updates Contestants hold a trial accuse each other of misdoings

Dipika and Deepak perform the luxury budget task on Bigg Boss 12.

Everyone had to dress up as per the characters assigned to them. Deepak and Dipika had to present their cases and make allegations against the contestants of the opposite team and declare why they were not suitable to stay in the Bigg Boss house. Somi and Jasleen had to select the strongest allegation amongst them and call the contestants for a trial. Based on the argument presented by both the team, the sarpanch had to decide whose argument was the strongest and declare the winner.

Dipika’s first allegation was against Surbhi for being fake and Deepak accused Romil of being a hypocrite. A lot of heated arguments among the teams were seen as both tried to defend each other. Both Deepak and Dipika had presented strong arguments in favour of their attorney, making it difficult for Somi and Jasleen to give their judgement. Dipika called Romil a witness who revealed Surbhi's plans which proved that she was fake. Surbhi defended herself. Team Dipika won the first round. Surbhi said her justifications were not considered. Dipika told Sreesanth and Romil that they wouldn't get aggressive when allegations are levied on them.

In another dramatic turn of events, Surbhi accused Romil of staring at her inappropriately, raising questions on his character. Romil swore on his son that he had never done that. The second round of the task began with Deepak accused Romil of having double standards. This was proven with several examples and instances and Team Deepak won the second round. Further, Dipika accused Rohit saying that he disrespected everyone in the house and passed demeaning comments. Both, Somi and Jasleen agreed with Dipika and gave their judgment. Team Dipika won the third round.

Soon after, Romil broke down due to Surbhi’s accusation. He isolated himself and cried saying he didn’t expect Megha to stoop to this level to win the game. Defending himself, he said that he had this habit of staring and thinking without realising who was sitting in front of him. Somi and Jasleen came to his support. Megha told Romil that Surbhi is not guilty about what she said and he shouldn’t think about it. Somi told Surbhi to apologise but the latter stuck to her words. However, she did go and say sorry to Romil later, but still did not take her words back.

Later in the night Deepak, Karanvir, Rohit and Surbhi discussed about the strategy for the task the next day. Karanvir suggested they start with Megha as it will be easy to form allegations against her as she was nominated by Bigg Boss for her ill-behaviour with Deepak. Then, Karanvir said, they could move on to Sreesanth.

Tomorrow, we will see that how Megha and Sreesanth give befitting replies to the allegations levelled against them with the latter getting aggressive as ever.

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