Bigg Boss Season 13: Highlights of Day 27 – Weekend Ka Vaar
Weekend Ka Vaar with Salman Khan has been interesting this week with the introduction of three new wildcards set to make their entrance this coming week
Bigg Boss Season 13 has been entertaining, to say the least. The contestants have been high on energy and tensions. This has potentially been the first group of Bigg Boss contestants to never finish a single group task with success and the fractures in the relationships have been showing from the very beginning. With one week left until the (first) finale and a new group of wild cards making their entrance this week, there’s a lot of potential fun ahead. In the second part of Weekend Ka Vaar, Salman Khan has fun with the contestants and some special guests.
At the start of the episode, Salman Khan enters and wishes the audience a happy Diwali. Paras Chhabra and Mahira Sharma are shown in the house, discussing Shehnaaz Gill. While Mahira says that she cannot stand Shehnaaz anymore, Paras tells Mahira to resort to Shehnaaz’s tactics and make it entertaining by fighting with her. Shehnaaz overhears the conversation and tells Arti how upset she is over the discussion.
Salman enters the house through TV, wishes the contestants happy Diwali and tells the contestants that voting lines are still open, so the contestants should tell the audience why they deserve to stay in the house and campaign for themselves. When asked who deserves to be there between herself and Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Mahira says that she’s entertaining audiences by dancing and using “Tapori” language, which Salman finds odd and tells her that audiences haven’t even seen her doing that. When Shehnaaz Gill is asked to choose between herself and Shefali Bagga, Shehnaaz says that she doesn’t’ try too hard and whatever she does comes out naturally. She says that she’s the kind of contestant that is made for Bigg Boss. Shefali raps a song that tells why she’s good for Bigg Boss. When asked about Siddharth Dey, she jokingly says that he has already packed his bags, so he does not deserve to be in the house.
Asim says that he’s a strong player and always performs well in tasks, as well as being faithful to his friendships. He says Mahira is easily influenced and is not an independent player. Sidharth Shukla says that he has made some solid connections and is “real” in the house, participating fully in tasks. Sidharth says that Paras is not playing an individual game, but is also playing a strange one where no one can figure him out. Siddharth Dey says that the winner should be a “Nayak” and not a “Khal Nayak,” while Paras says that he doesn’t have to prove anything to anyone and is a good player in the game. Rashami Desai, Devoleena and Arti Singh all also put forth their reasons for staying in the game, revolving around being good players and being “real.”
Harsh Limbachiya and Aditya Narayan come on stage and have fun with Salman, later joined by Dhinchak Pooja, who sings some of her songs. The three of them enter the house with and conduct a task with the housemates. The Diwali celebrations begin and Devoleena and Rashami dance together, while Shehnaaz sings one of her own songs. Dhinchak Pooja performs for the housemates and is joined by Shehnaaz Gill in a singing task, which Shehnaaz wins. The contestants are then asked to line up and are hooked to fall if a housemate takes their name to leave the show. This task goes off without any fights and is played in good humor.
Another task is introduced where the contestants are split up into two teams and are asked to move buckets of water from the pool and Sidharth Shukla’s team wins. Khesari Lal Yadav, one of the wildcards and a Bhojpuri superstar, is introduced by Salman Khan. Khesari calls the housemates “Tedhay,” saying he will straighten them out and cracks jokes with Salman.
The caller of the week chooses Asim and tells him that he’s misspoken a few times, telling him that his words against females are wrong and he should be careful with his statements, because viewers are not liking it. Asim takes it sportingly. The housemates play a task where they tell Salman which of their fellow housemates need to turn on their “lightbulb.” The task remains light-hearted.
The episode ends with Salman sending in sweets in celebration of Diwali and telling the housemates that something is outside for them. With the countdown to the finale having officially started and wild cards entering this week, it will be an interesting week ahead!