Bigg Boss 14 is getting interesting day by day with the fights, chaos and heated arguments between the contestants in the house. The last episode saw Kavita Kaushik declaring Abhinav Shukla as her friend and blasting Eijaz Khan for using her for personal gains. Eijaz also won the task against Shukla and became the MPL captain of the week. In the upcoming episode of Bigg Boss 14, after the controversy, contestants will be seen waking up to a Marathi song. During the episode, Rahul Vaidya and Jaan Kumar Sanu also try their best to clear things out.
Earlier, Jaan Kumar Sanu was seen asking to keep quite when she spoke in Marathi and constantly said that he doesn’t like the language. Later, after Jaan’s statement hurt the sentiments of many, the show issued an apology. The young singer also apologized and his father Kumar Sanu also released an official video thanking Maharashtra for the love, support and fame. After the controversy, contestants woke up to the Marathi song Zingaat from the Marathi film Sairat. While contestants normally wake up to peppy and dance-worthy Bollywood songs, the interesting morning twist was just perfect to boost the energy.
Meanwhile, Jaan got upset over Nikki and spoke against the language Marathi, following the nepotism remark by Rahul Vaidya. During the nominations, Rahul expressed how he does not like Nepotism, and hence nominated Jaan as he felt the young boy has earned himself a spot on the show because of his father’s achievements. Now, Vaidya apologised to Jaan and said that he was not aware that his parents were separated. Also Read: Bigg Boss 14: Kumar Sanu Apologises For His Son Jaan Kumar Sanu Asking Nikki Tamboli To Not Speak In Marathi- Watch Video
With a lot of fights and arguments in the house, stay tuned for more interesting updates on Bigg Boss 14.
Image source: Instagram/ Jaan Kumar Sanu, Rahul Vaidya
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