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Bigg Boss 13: Say hello to Vishal!

November 11, 2019 15:49 IST

The Weekend Ka Vaar is quite explosive, as Salman Khan brings up Mahira Sharma-Siddharth Shukla fight.

He reprimands the former for targeting the latter, and tells her that she should stay away from him since she knows how aggressive he can get.

When Mahira tears up, Salman tells her to stop the nautanki.

Her good friend Paras Chhabra stands up for her and tells Salman that Siddharth gets too aggressive and physical.

 

Salman adds that since all the complaints are against Siddharth, it means he is running the show. And everyone in the house thinks that if they don’t fight with him, they won’t be seen.

Still, Salman tells Siddharth to keep a check on his aggression especially when women are around. Before the episode ends, former Bigg Boss winner Gautam Gulati and Satellite Shankar actor Sooraj Pancholi make their presence felt.

It's time for eviction and Tehseen Poonawala is shown the door.

 

Marjaavaan actors Riteish Deshmukh and Sidharth Malhotra also promote their film on Bigg Boss.

They also play a fun game with the contestants, and everyone gets a chance to vent their frustrations on person who annoys them the most. As expected, most housemates vent their frustration on Siddharth.

 

On stage, Riteish and Sidharth join Salman for a fun task. Khan asks them to eat as many pani puris as possible and also sing a song while doing so. The other has to guess the song correctly.

The duo make an exit and then we are introduced to the new wild card contestant, Vishal Aditya Singh. 

Vishal is first sent to the secret room, and he watches the housemates play the game Galatfemi ka gubara.

Later, he makes a dashing entry and bursts everyone’s galatfemi ka gubara.

Arhaan tells Paras that they should let Vishal observe everything in the house and then let him decide which group he wants to join.

Will Vishal get into fights straightaway or will he play the game politely? Let’s wait and watch!

NAMRATA THAKKER / Rediff.com
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