‘Bigg Boss 7’: What happened when warring contestants were handcuffed together?

By Resham Sengar | Last Updated: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 - 09:37

Zee Media Bureau/Resham Sengar

New Delhi: Till now, we have seen the reality game show taking many twists and turns to keep the competitive spirit up and up amidst the contestants. On Day 64, the house inmates were in for another surprise from Bigg Boss.

As was expected, on Monday, the contestants were supposed to vote for the contenders who they want to see getting evicted from the house. But this time around they had to vote in conjunction with a partner chosen for them by Bigg Boss.

The nominations process started on Monday morning and the inmates were asked to choose a partner and remain handcuffed with him or her till the nominations process was complete. But when Bigg Boss saw that contestants were picking their friends fort he task, it was decided to pair the contestants with their arch rivals. As a result, Andy was paired opposite Armaan and Tanishaa was handcuffed with Gauahar.

Similarly, Ellie and Sofia were handcuffed together, and to make it more fun, the glamour girls wore exact same clothes and named themselves as ‘BB twins’. How cool was that! Anyway, after the pairing was done, the partners were asked to go inside the confession room and nominate three persons they want to see out of the house albeit on mutual agreement. They were also allowed to nominate each other if they wish. However, Kamya being the captain of the house for this week, was allowed to stay away from the task and freely nominate whoever she chooses to.

Looking at the new happening, we wonder whether this task will bring the contestants closer or lead to more confusions and fights in the house.



First Published: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 - 09:37

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