Today at Bigg Boss day 2, hints of friction were pretty much evident. Shakti Kapoor was in his element, praising Vida on her natural assets. He seemed to bored of Nihita Biswas though who he realized, is so talkative that she could get on his nerves. In the morning when Nihita was telling something energetically to Shakti, she did not realize that the man had actually put cotton buds in his ears!
Shakti Kapoor meanwhile, opened his heart to Pooja Bedi and said that his drunken nature had him lost out of many friends including Salman Khan (though the name was not mentioned). He said that his entire family severed relations with him because of this nature. This also explains why Salman Khan had not come to escort him to the Bigg Boss house. Shakti said that he had come to the house to clarify a lot of things and make his family proud of him.
Pooja Missra seemed to be in a state of anger and confusion as to why she had been voted out by eight members, because she believed that it was too early to judge a person. Mahek Chahal tried to reason with her saying that a person tends to exude certain vibes which may be even misunderstood by others. She told that though Pooja may not necessarily be negatively, the perceptible vibes that she had sent at the outset were of the similar kind.
Bigg Boss gave a task called ‘Paya Ghumao Kismat Chamkao’ which was a task based on cultural equality of India. Rageshwari played ‘Lady Raga’ and while some girls were rehearsing, the cycle on which they were sitting gave away.
The house witnessed a sharp friction between Shraddha Sharma and Nihita Biswas. The blame game started and both the girls started bickering. While one was taking credit for contributing towards the task, the other felt that she was just tom-tomming herself.
Mahek intervened and took Shraddha to her side and told her to cool down. Vida managed to control Nihita and told her to keep cool. The other ladies and Shakti Kapoor told Shraddha not to get hyper because Nihita is just ‘a child’.
Meanwhile Pooja Bedi was interesting about knowing the man in Laxmi Narayan Tripathi’s life and if he had gone beyond the platonic stage.