Bigg Boss 14, Day 23, Preview
Bigg Boss 14 added a cracking twist to their day when he announced the ’Tabadla’ procedure. In this process the red zone contestants and green zone contestants have to sit with their backs to each other in a rotating chair and convince other housemates on why they deserve to switch to the green zone. The new captain of the house, Eijaz Khan, was given the responsibility to decide who would be sent into the red zone and who would stay in the green zone. Also Read – Bigg Boss 14, Day 22, Twitter Reactions: Priya Malik says ‘very silly of Kavita Kaushik to blame Eijaz Khan for her lack of friendships’
Rubina Dilaik questions Pavitra Punia’s Character
Nikki and Kavita were put up against each other whereas Rahul Vaidya and Jasmin Bhasin have to face each other. Each one of them keeps their own solid points while putting the other contestant down. Eijaz says he is a man of his words and sends Kavita into the red zone and bring Nikki back into the green zone. Also Read – Bigg Boss 14, 29th October 2020 episode, Live Updates: Eijaz Khan sends Kavita Kaushik into the red zone
Eijaz will now have to decide whom among Pavitra Punia and Rubina Dilaik, Nishant Singh Malkani and Jaan Kumar Sanu, Rahul and Jasmin would he send into the red and green zone respectively. While Rubina questions Pavitra’s character, Rahul stresses on how Jasmin did his character assasination and questioned his upbringing. Also Read – Bigg Boss 14’s Pavitra Punia asks Katrina Kaif ‘why didn’t you learn acting?’ and Shehnaaz Gill ‘Itna over karne ki kya zaroorat hai?’
While we can see Nishant calling Eijaz unfair for his decision while standing inside the red zone, it remains to be seen who else would he send to join Nishant.
Meanwhile, Eijaz cries over Kavita’s outburst against him and she telling him that they don’t share a bond of friendship. He feels how could he be so ignorant and foolish that he couldn’t determine who loves him or hates him.
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