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No FOOD and WASHROOM for Bigg Boss contestants

By NAMRATA THAKKER
January 20, 2021 12:41 IST
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Bigg Boss contestants fight for survival as the game throws challenges at them!

Tuesday's episode begins with Rakhi Sawant chatting with Abhinav Shukla and then with Vikas Gupta about Bigg Boss.

The next morning, a new task is introduced.

The housemates are divided into two teams -- Red and Yellow.

Rubina Dilaik is leader of the red team which has Abhinav, Rakhi, Devoleena Bhattacharjee and Vikas.

Team yellow is led by Rahul Vaidya and has Aly Goni, Arshi Khan, Sonali Phogat and Nikki Tamboli.

Both teams have been locked out and have to continue to stay outside in order to win.

If a contestant goes inside the house, a point from their team will be deducted.

The team that wins will get a chance to collect food items from the BB mall.

Vikas and Devoleena hide Sonali's survival kit, leaving the the other team fuming.

Rahul and Rubina get into an argument. Arshi then tries to take revenge by not allowing the other team to use the washroom.

Both teams start fighting over the washroom.

When Rahul comments on Abhinav and Rubina's relationship during a fight, the actress loses her cool and gives him a befitting reply.

Interestingly, Nikki decides to support her friend Rubina in the task, as she doesn't trust anyone in her team. Not only does she use washroom, but she also uses it to do her make-up.

Soon, a plate of burgers and fries arrives in the house.

Seeing the food, Rakhi, who is very hungry, starts entertaining with her antics.

Nikki, on the other hand, eats an entire plate which results in her team losing three points.

Elsewhere, Rahul points fingers at Abhinav for not saving Jasmin Bhasin and this leads to another fight.

The fight gets so ugly that Abhinav and Rahul almost get physical with each other.

While Rubina supports her husband, Aly jumps in to defend his good friend Rahul.

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