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Salman lashes out at Karan, holds up mirror to Tejasswi

Mumbai: The ‘Weekend Ka Vaar’ episode of ‘Bigg Boss 15’ will see Salman Khan education the contestants. He slammed Karan Kundrra for by no means taking any stand for Tejasswi Prakash and asking her to apologise to Umar Riaz at all times.

He informed Tejasswi that Karan has by no means made her his precedence within the sport regardless of being her boyfriend.

Salman tells Karan: “Since starting, it’s clearly seen that Umar has by no means supported Tejasswi. Nonetheless you at all times asks Tejasswi to be apologetic in entrance of Umar and by no means took any stand for her.”

Salman later holds up a mirror to Tejasswi and says: “You might be on their own right here, Karan by no means supported you regardless of being your boyfriend.” After listening to him, Tejasswi begins crying.

He additionally advises Karan to take a stand for Tejasswi: “Take a stand, be a person.”

In the meantime mannequin and tv actress Nia Sharma will likely be coming into the present as a particular visitor to advertise her music ‘Phoonk Le’. She additionally will get Salman grooving to the peppy observe.

Nia additional asks the contestants to carry out a activity through which they’ve to choose one identify of the guy contestants whom they take into account because the ‘rotten fruit’. This led to a struggle between the housemates as they begin calling one another names.

‘Bigg Boss 15’ may also see entry of some recognized faces of the leisure trade corresponding to Divya Agarwal, Vishal Singh, Geeta Kapur, Neha Bhasin, Rahul Mahajan, Kashmera Shah and Debina Bonnerjee. They are going to be coming to help the contestants inside the home.

‘Bigg Boss 15’ airs on Colours.

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Written by VK Team

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