New Delhi: Imam, who re-entered the Bigg Boss show after having a showdown with Aashka Goradia a few weeks back, is still misunderstood in the house and continues to be the soft target during the nominations. While the cold vibes between Sapna and him are quite understandable, he was nominated by Delnaaz with whom he has been cordial all this while.
Bigg Boss asked Delnaaz to nominate one name who will directly make his way to the nominations list without being voted by other inmates. Delnaaz nominated Imam and the other inmates were asked to give two other names that they would want to nominate. Vishal topped the list while Sana and Rajev also made it to the nominations list.
For the first time, Bigg Boss asked the inmates to openly discuss the nominations and they were given half an hour to do the same. After the nomination results, Imam argued with Delnaaz over his nomination. He told her that, "If I would not have voted for you the last time, you might have not been the Captain." While Delnaaz counter argued that Imam is wrong in his approach and he needs to understand that he is not mingling with the inmates.
For the first time, Bigg Boss asked the inmates to openly discuss the nominations and they were given half an hour.
Later, Bigg Boss gave the inmates a task to perform puppet show in the house. Bigg Boss gave the inmates three themes to make their puppets perform on. Niketan was given the task to perform the puppet show on the situation between Delnaaz and Rajev over the last two years.
While Imam had to make the puppets perform on the toilet issue that happened between Sapna and him, Urvashi was asked to show the friendly love between Sana and Aashka. The inmates took all the performances in their stride. Let's see what the new day brings in for these inmates.
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