Main Media English

Get Latest News, India News, World News at Main Media English

Support Us

‘Favouritism’ to be a key ingredient in ‘Bigg Boss 17’ for contestants

IANS logo Reported By IANS |
Published On :

Mumbai, Oct 16 (IANS) As the 17th season of the controversial show, ‘Bigg Boss’ hosted by Salman Khan begins, the Bigg Boss gathered the housemates, and has set some new ground rules, wherein he declares that he will be biased and selfish.

Abolishing his time-honoured principle of equality, ‘Bigg Boss’ gathers everyone in the living area, and predicts that sooner or later he is going to hear housemates complain that contestants Ankita Lokhande and Aishwarya Sharma will be favoured owing to their iconic work and popularity.

Also Read Story

Empty chairs, forced attendance allegations cast shadow on INDIA bloc’s Delhi rally

Nagaland’s sole LS seat to witness triangular contest in 2024 polls

Odisha Crime Branch busts racket involved in Rs 1.04 cr fraud

IPL 2024: Under-pressure Mumbai Indians hope to shine in home comfort (Preview)

IPL 2024: Sai Sudharsan, David Miller star as clinical Gujarat beat Hyderabad by seven wickets

Viksit Bharat Ambassador meet-up: India is world’s 3rd largest start-up ecosystem today, says I&B Minister Anurag Thakur

Amit Shah chairs meeting of Lok Sabha core committees in Jaipur, holds roadshow in Sikar

IPL 2024: Ishant Sharma back as Delhi Capitals win toss, elect to bat against CSK

Viksit Bharat Ambassador Jaipur meet-up: Participants heap praise on the initiative

He addresses the imminent issue right at the beginning of the season, and declares that he will be biased and selfish. He warns everyone that he will support what favours the legendary show, making it very clear that those who do not add value to the edition, won’t be of any significance to him.

For this season, the majestical world of ‘Bigg Boss’ is split into three makaans – ‘Makaan no 1 – Dil’, ‘Makaan no 2 – Dimaag’, and ‘Makaan no 3 – Dum’.

In the first episode, viewers saw contestants choosing their fate on the show by picking the makaan of their preference. After all the housemates have settled in their respective makaans, contestant Vicky Jain, who is a resident of ‘Makaan no 1’ takes the opportunity to prank all the housemates.

It all starts with the master summoning him to the confession room for a task. Vicky hoodwinks contestants into thinking that they can switch their makaans.

Bigg Boss notices his inclination to bring his ‘Dimaag’ to the game and asks why he chose to stay with his wife Ankita Lokhande, when his rightful place is in ‘Makaan no 2 – Dimaag’.

He remarks that Vicky should have shown some guts, let Ankita reside in ‘Makaan no 1 (Dil)’, and shift to ‘Makaan no 2 (Dimaag)’. He insinuates that Vicky followed his wife into the Dil makaan because he wanted to make a point that he loves his wife and can’t leave her by herself. It seems that the matters of the heart are about to get complicated.

Now that the game of favouritism begins, will the mantras ‘Dil, Dimaag aur Dum’ save these contestants from elimination. Will this observation of the master drive a wedge between the husband and wife, who are celebrated as a power couple?

The current contestants of ‘Bigg Boss 17’ are Jigna Vora, Sana Raees Khan, Anurag Dobhal, Munawar Faruqui, Ankita Lokhande and Vicky Jain, Navid Sole, Neil Bhatt, Aishwarya Sharma, Abhishek Kumar, Isha Malviya, Rinku Dhawan, Arun Mashettey, Sunny Arya, Firoza Khan, Soniya Bansal, and Mannara Chopra.

‘Bigg Boss’ airs on Colors and JioCinema.



(This report is auto-generated from IANS news service. 'Main Media' holds no responsibility for its content.)

Get involved in bringing the ground realities of Seemanchal. Click the "Support Us" button to join our membership.

Support Us

Related News

Pawar vs Pawar: A fight for supremacy in Baramati

Rebel Wilson opens up on weight loss journey, says she’s an emotional eater

Shraddha Kapoor asks fans how they wasted 1st quarter of 2024

PM Modi virtually interacts with party workers in Varanasi

AIADMK will ally again with BJP after LS elections, says Chidambaram

PE-VC investments fall by 8 per cent to $6.2 billion in Q1

Cut! Mark Ronson’s role in Amy Winehouse biopic gets axed

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *