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Bigg Boss 12, Weekend Ka Vaar, day 14 highlights: Nirmal Singh evicted but Romil stays back

Drama on Salman Khan’s Weekend Ka Vaar continued unabated on Sunday too. The process of eviction from the Bigg Boss 12 house did not stop after the exit of Kriti Verma and Roshmi Banik. Sunday also saw a double eviction but with a twist–Nirmal Singh and Romil Chaudhary got evicted from the house but in a surprise move Bigg Boss allowed one of them to re-enter the house. Nirmal opted out, letting Romil stay.

Earlier in the episode, Salman introduced a new task for the contestants and instructed S Sreesanth and Dipika Kakar Ibrahim to go into the store and fetch whatever was inside (which was basically a tray full of cup cakes and catapults). The contestants were handed over a pair of glasses and catapults. Salman then asked everyone to wear the glasses and catapults. The game involved aiming and hitting a contestant with the said cup cakes. The contestants had to guess who could have said a given statement, made by one of them about the other, which Salman repeated during the course of the game. About Dipika, Salman said someone had said that he/she found Dipika very boring as she spends too much time in the kitchen.

Bigg Boss 12 saw the entry of popular TV star Karan Patel as a guest. He played a game with all the contestants where all of them were expected to donate one quality to one of their co-contestants. He called Neha Pendse and asked to donate a quality. She chose to donate mental strength to Sreesanth. It did not go down well with him. He refused to cooperate. Karan then asked him to give a justification as to why he was not accepting the offer of a quality ‘mental strength’ from Neha. An irate Sreesanth said he believed he was ‘real’ which did not mean that he lacked mental strength. As Sreesanth was being difficult, Karan counter questioned him by asking how he could change someone else’s point of view. Sreesanth remained obstinate as ever, insisting that it was his house and he would stick to his decision. Rebellion? Many would think so.

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