Bigg Boss 14 began with sacrifices. After its grand launch on October 3, we saw 4 contestants – Rubina Dilaik, Jaan Kumar Sanu, Nishant Singh Malkhani and Sara Gurpal – in the rejected list, who were asked to stay in the garden area of the house. However later, Bigg Boss gave them a chance to enter the Bigg Boss house. Well, the task wasn’t that easy as it sounds, it saw some of the rejected contestants making some big sacrifices. While Nishant agreed to wear a bikini top for a week, Jaan was asked to have a Mohawk haircut. Being a true sport, both agreed and accepted seniors challenges to make an entry inside the house. Sara Gurpal was also asked to chop-off her hair during the task.
Well, it seems like not only the netizens, even Jaan Kumar Sanu’s mother is impressed with his sacrifice. During a recent interview with ETimes, Jaan’s mother Rita Bhattacharya said that she ‘felt really bad’ seeing his hair cut on the show. Even also said that she got emotional while watching his son get a Mohawk haircut, as he loved his hair very much. She told the portal, “Yes, I felt really bad and got emotional when I saw him getting that mohawk haircut because I know how much he loves his hair. He loves to oil his hair, shampoo and he takes care of his hair. He has thick hair.”
Jaan’s mother, Rita was, however, impressed with his decision of agreeing to seniors. She said, “I was shocked when he got that haircut, but then I liked the confidence with which he agreed to do it and not create any hue or cry about it.”
Meanwhile, Jaan seems to be gradually taking the front seat inside the show. In the latest episode, Jaan got into a heated argument with many inmates for her growing friendship with Nikki Tamboli. (ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14 Contestant Jaan Kumar Sanu: 'My Family Is Known For Being Hot Tempered' - EXCLUSIVE)
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