The drama and action level of the contestants in the Bigg Boss 14 house is now rising slowly and steadily and with wild card contestants - Kavita Kaushik, Shardul Pandit and Naina Singh - ka tadka, it is making everyone's watch worth it. However, amidst all this, the latest update in Bigg Boss 14 that we are hearing is that Jaan Kumar Sanu is safe from the nominations process this week. That's right. In last night’s episode, we saw nominated contestants Nikki Tamboli, Jaan Kumar Sanu and Rahul Vaidya taking their stuff and moved to the red zone of the house. But the exclusive update which was shared by the official Twitter handle of The Khabri not only revealed Jaan's nomination update but also mentioned that he is out of the Red Zone area as well.
The first few who entered the red zone area were Pavitra Punia and Eijaz Khan. However, as Jaan is out of nominations, now it would be interesting to see who will leave the house this week. On the other hand, the tiff between Nikki Tamboli and Jaan continues. After host Salman Khan showed her the other side of Jaan in the Weekend Ka Vaar episode, it seems like the two are still at loggerheads as in the latest promo, we saw both of them having a heated argument about loyalties, friendship and gameplay.
During the nomination task, Rahul Vaidya nominated Jaan, reasoning nepotism. This sparked a fight between the two in the show. Speaking of controversies, before entering the house, Jaan had told SpotboyE.com, "The name that I carry itself is a very big topic of debate. Because being the son of a legend itself is going to be a discussion. So, when I will be in the house, I don't want to attract wrong publicity and wrong controversies. I have to remember all the time that I belong to a rich deeply rooted heritage that I am carrying on my shoulders. So, my agenda for going to Bigg Boss is to show people who Jaan Kumar Sanu is."
Image source: Instagram/ jaan.kumar.sanu
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