in the fifth week ofbigg boss ott 2, The competition intensified with the entry of wildcard contestants. Last week was hosted by Krishna Abhishek and Bharti Singh weekend ka vaar In the absence of Salman Khan. However, Salman is back now, and he is all set to face the contestants who haven’t behaved decently in the last week. One contestant who has grabbed a lot of attention this week is Elvis Yadav as he got involved in several arguments inside the house. The burning question on everyone’s mind is who will face Salman’s wrath in the upcoming Weekend Ka Vaar? In a recent promo, Jia Shankar caught Salman’s attention and faced his stern scolding.
Referring to the pious act of offering water to the needy, Salman Khan told Jiya,Jiya, paani pilana sabse bade punya ka kaam hai, aur aapne us punya mein soap dall diya (Jiya, offering water is supposed to be the most pious act. And you have added soap to that pious act).” Jiya realized her mistake and accepted with a smile, “It was very stupid of me to do that.” Salman, however, did not agree, saying, “Dekho battisi dikhake koi apologetic nahi hota (Nobody can apologize with a sincere smile).”
He also criticized the other members of the house for not making Jiah realize her mistake, saying,Kisi ne inko samjhaya nahi ki ye galat baat hai (Nobody made her realize that it was wrong).” Salman pointed out that this action reflected Jiah’s personality and conduct.
Take a look at the promo below:
For context, during a task where Bigg Boss appointed Elvish Yadav as the “dictator” of the house, Jia Shankar, Avinash Sachdev and Falak Naaz refused to obey his orders. When Elvish asked for water, Jiya took things a step further by mixing hand wash in a glass of water. Later, she is seen laughing, calling Elvish an “idiot” and discussing the incident with Avinash. This behavior drew severe criticism from the audience, especially Elvish fans, who condemned Jia’s inhuman conduct and demanded appropriate action.
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