With Madhurima Tuli out of the game, Asim Riaz, Rashami Desai and Vishal Aditya Singh’s group has gotten smaller. Yet, they put up a good fight against Sidharth Shukla and gang.
The episode starts with contestants bickering over kitchen duties.
Rashami Desai asks Paras Chhabra to help with rotis but he refuses, leading to a fight between him and Asim Riaz.
What’s funny is the fact that the two fight while doing break dance! It’s actually fun to watch them argue for once.
Arti Singh, meanwhile, feels everyone fights over kitchen duties just for the footage.
Shehnaaz Gill mimics Arti, and that's a hoot.
A little later, Sidharth gets irritated with Shehnaaz when she doesn’t listen to his advice. He feels they should sleep in different beds henceforth, like Mahira and Paras.
They end up arguing.
After the argument, Shehnaaz tries to patch up by feeding Sid parathas but instead, the whole situation turns messy and Shukla walks away.
Rashami asks Shukla why he's upset but he's in no mood to talk.
The next morning, it’s time to choose the next member of the Elite Club.
Since Asim is a member already, he plays the sanchalak.
Rashami, Asim and Vishal discuss their strategy while Paras, Mahira, Sid, Arti and Shefali discuses theirs.
Shehnaaz isn’t a part of the either group and does her own thing.
During the task, Asim and Sid get into a ugly spat, which turns physical.
To defend Sid, Paras jumps in and fights with Asim too.
When the situation goes out of control, Bigg Boss intervenes and asks Asim and Sid to stay away.
After things calm down, Rashami and Sid discuss the task and the fight. She feels that Sid is right and says that she will make Asim understand as well.
Out of concern, Sid asks Rashami not to come in between their fight as she may get hurt.
Later, Rashami reveals the conversation she had with Sid to Asim.
He wonders why Shukla is showing such concern for her now.
Namrata Thakker has been covering the entertainment beat for more than seven years and has quite the eye for celebrity fashion. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org