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Bigg Boss 8: Petty argument turns to full blown war

The 'Bigg Boss' house is one premises where Mahabharat would have happened without Kauravs and Pandavs. The inmates are always high strung and somehow it seems that the contestants are almost thirsty for an excuse to start an argument.

By Aparna Mudi | Updated: Oct 05, 2014, 09:38 AM IST
Bigg Boss 8: Petty argument turns to full blown war

New Delhi: The 'Bigg Boss' house is one premises where Mahabharat would have happened without Kauravs and Pandavs. The inmates are always high strung and somehow it seems that the contestants are almost thirsty for an excuse to start an argument.

Friday saw the already unpopular Gautam Gulati getting into a petty argument over a small joke with Sukirti Kandpal. It was a small issue and suddenly the entire house erupted in cross fire, when one after another everyone blamed each other for disrespecting or badly behaving with someone or the other.

While Aarya Babbar said that Gautam was misbehaving with women by flirting with everyone, Sonali Raut was quick to point fingers back at Aarya. Deepshikha broke down completely when Pritam Singh started to be rude with her.

The fight died down subsequently, but the argument and the blame game continued even during the run of the special weekend show with Salman Khan. The Bollywood superstar was quick to point out some glaring games being played by the contestants. Interestingly, some kept out of the shouting war too. Upen Patel and Praneet Bhatt did say things but mostly kept their opinions to themselves. The war of words overflowed to Saturday's show as well. The last few minutes of the show was full of the contestants again continuing the 'Who said what' fight.

Now, whether these fights will turn more bitter or will these inmates be able to cool down or not is only to be seen in a matter of time. But one can pause to wonder that, if within two weeks people have already started getting on each others nerves – what would happen in the next three months.