New Delhi: "I am proud of my fat sister. Urvashi please don't get personal next time, because it is not needed. Ekta Kapoor does fantastic casting when she does casting for vamps," said Delnaaz Irani's brother Bakhtiyar on day 60 inside the 'Bigg Boss 6' house. The few minutes Bakhtiyar spent inside the house were the highlight of the episode.
He was very upset with Urvashi and Rajeev. He told Rajeev, "I didn't expect this from you. When did you come to our house and pleaded in front of my mother? On one hand you keep chasing Delu and on the other hand you try to get close with every girl in the house."
On day 60, Bigg Boss was seen playing the statue game with contestants. So, when Bakhtiyar entered the house, nobody could say anything to him, but he had comments for everybody in the house. He met Sana, Aashka and Vishal very warmly. He told Imam, "You are my entertainer. We laugh a lot when you are there, just be a little strong."
After Bakhtiyar left the house, Urvashi looked very shattered and said, "It seems he has forgotten all the messages he sent." She broke down when her two sons entered the house. Everybody in the house got very emotional after her kids left.
Even Rajeev was seen shouting at Delnaaz and said that it is not true. Finally Delnaaz and Rajeev tried to sort out their differences. Delnaaz suggested, "Let's use this show as a platform and go out as friends."
Sapna Bhavnani's colleagues also came to meet her on day 60. Though Sapna couldn't talk to them, but she was seen shouting later, "I love you guys."
At the end of the day, Bigg Boss asked all the contestants to name one person each who has a heart of gold. Bhojpuri actor Dinesh Lal Yadav won the task as most of the contestants think he is a very down to earth person.
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