New Delhi: Each week in the controversial Bigg Boss house is fueled with explosive spats, strategic slip-ups and interesting game twists. This week too the show saw contestants manipulating other housemates, and leaving no stone unturned to avoid their elimination. Salman Khan, who opened the Weekend Ka Wow episode by performing to Bollywood numbers 'Mast Baharon Ka' and 'Lagan Lagi', told the viewers that the red outfit which the dancers were wearing also signified his mood - that of angst and annoyance. Salman not only shared his reactions to the incidents that happened this week in last night's episode, but also mocked the contestants for their inability to control their temper.
After Salman Khan congratulated Andy for winning the captaincy task, he also appreciated Sangram for his willingness to forego his chance to win the task. For those who came in late, Sangram opted to step out of the car (during the captaincy task) to help Andy realize his dream of being elected as the house's captain - even though he has never been elected for the same post.
When asked for her reaction to the spat with Armaan, Sofia told Salman she was upset and hurt as she had never expected to be subjected to such humiliation during her stay in the house. "Armaan attacked me and it was difficult for me to combat someone as tall as him. He said I should fix my face and that I'm fat. Armaan's behaviour was disgusting. It was a disturbing moment for me," she had said. To ensure Sofia is able to deal with such instances in future, Salman advised her to walk towards Armaan when he loses his cool, as this would make Armaan back off.
Since Salman often mocks Ajaz for his antics and amusing behaviour in the house, it was expected of him to ask for the reason that made Ajaz break down and cry inconsolably. Salman, who couldn't believe Ajaz cried as he was missing his son, said, "Ajaz ko bete ki yaad ayi? Ashiqui ka gana, bete ka favorite gana hai?" To prove Ajaz wrong, Salman turned to Kamya and asked for an honest opinion. "Mujhe yeh nahi pata ki kya wajah thi par Ajaz apne bete ki yaad mei nahi ro raha tha," Kamya replied. To make Ajaz feel better, Salman advised him to take heartbreak lightly and that he too had mastered this art with a PhD.
While explaining to Kushal and Armaan how they were setting a wrong precedent by using abusive language and getting into trivial 'buddha-kaalya' spats in the show, Salman revealed Armaan's true age.
Since the beginning of 'Bigg Boss' season 7, a lot has been said about Armaan Kohli's age. Undoubtedly, he is the oldest inmate, after Anita Advani, on the show but after his alleged proximity with Tanishaa, a few inmates have taken a dig at his age. Kushal Tandon never misses a chance to call Armaan a "buddha" (old man), while Armaan has repeatedly maintained on the show that he is just 39. While the official page of Bigg Boss states that Armaan Kohli is the son of producer Rajkumar Kohli and is 41 years old, Salman (48) said that the actor was about 3-4 years younger then him.
Salman also made Kushal feel worse by asking him if he would also call him and his dad (Salim Khan) "buddha". Even though Kushal said that he never meant to hurt anyone and made the "buddha" comment in a fit of rage, Salman looked unconvinced. The host also blamed Armaan for getting into fights unnecessarily. To put Ajaz in his place, Salman told him Kajol will never recognize him even if he appeared in the show multiple times.
Irked with Tanishaa's submissive behaviour on the show, Salman shared the viewers' reactions with her. "Sab bol rahein hain Tanishaa issey kyun jhael rahi hai. What is wrong with Tanishaa? She doesn't need to behave like this." To prove her point, Tanishaa replied, "This could be because the makers are only showing the fights." The episode concluded with Sofia being ousted from the house.
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