In a dramatic turn of events on day 56 of ‘Bigg Boss 17’, the house witnessed escalating tensions as Abhishek Kumar engaged in age-shaming against fellow contestant Vicky Jain. The incident did not go unnoticed, and Samarth Jurel, a key player in the house, confronted Abhishek for his derogatory remarks.
The heated exchange unfolded as Vicky and Abhishek clashed in a verbal spat, with Ankita attempting to mediate between the two. However, the situation intensified when Samarth Jurel, who shares a strong bond with both contestants, called out Abhishek for his actions.
VICKY JAIN AND ABHISHEK KUMAR’S VERBAL SPAT
In the latest episode, viewers were treated to a contentious confrontation between Abhishek Kumar and Vicky Jain. The exchange took a nasty turn when Vicky advised Abhishek to be more polite, attributing his inability to build relationships in the house to his behavior. Abhishek retaliated by asserting his desire to express his individuality without conforming to anyone’s expectations.
As the argument unfolded, Abhishek labeled Vicky as ‘boring,’ provoking further retorts. Samarth Jurel took a stand against Abhishek, expressing disapproval of his behavior and proposing him for nomination. He criticized Abhishek’s repetitive patterns and condemned his actions as “cheap,” branding him a ‘cheap guy.’
ANKITA LOKHANDE SLAMS ARUN FOR BODY-SHAMING
The drama didn’t stop there, as Arun Mahshetty joined in by body-shaming Vicky Jain. Ankita Lokhande, standing up for her husband, rebuked Arun for his inappropriate behavior, emphasizing the need to refrain from personal attacks. Arun, however, remained defiant, dismissing Ankita’s concerns.
THE ‘BIGG BOSS 17’ THEME AND FEATURES
The latest season of ‘Bigg Boss,’ themed as ‘Iss baar game nahi hoga sabke liye same to same,’ suggests a departure from the traditional principle of equality. The house this season is divided into three segments – ‘Dil, Dimaag aur Dum.’ Notably, the show returned with a brand-new season on October 15, streaming on JioCinema and airing on Colors TV at 9 pm.