After the grand premiere of Bigg Boss 14, the viewers enjoyed the first week with lots of entertainment. Bigg Boss viewers were entertained with fights, chaos and lots more stints pulled by the newcomers and Toofani seniors of the show. It was yesterday that the contestants met with host Salman Khan, for the first time after the grand premiere, during the first Weekend Ka Vaar episode. Now, in a promo video of Bigg Boss 14 Weekend Ka Vaar episode, host Salman Khan makes a shocking announcement. The BB14 asks 10 contestants of the house to pack their belongings.
On Instagram, Colors TV posted a video of the Weekend Ka Vaar episode of Bigg Boss 14. The video was shared with the caption, “Ghar walon ki kaun si baat se hue @beingsalmankhan naraaz? Kyu kar rahe hain woh sabhi sadasyon ko eliminate?” The caption mentioned that Salman Khan is eliminating the contestants of the BB14 house, after getting upset about something.
While the caption of the video stated otherwise, the video features the contestants including the newcomers and Toofani seniors sitting in the living area of the house. The contestants are in conversation with Salman Khan through the BB TV. In the video, Salman says, “Dusk e dus apna saamaan pack karlo, iss ghar se nikal pado, because this is a waste of time.” Khan eliminates 10 contestants, while asking them to not act smart. The BB14 host then goes on to ask 10 contestants to pack their belongings and leave the house. Check it out!
Meanwhile, SpotboyE.com exclusively broke the news that there will be no evictions this week, but next week, there will be two who will be sent home. Apart from that, after the gap of 14 days from the next Weekend Ka Vaar, two wild card entrants will mark their entry in the Bigg Boss 14 house on October 29. Also Read: Bigg Boss 14: BB13 Runner-Up Asim Riaz To Get 50 Crore To Enter The House - Here's The TRUTH
Image source: Instagram/ Colors TV
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