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  • Big Boss house 11 turned into Cushion making factory for the luxury budget task.
  • Vikas Gupta and Shilpa Shinde became business rivals for the task.

Shilpa Shinde and Vikas Gupta gave tough time to each other during the luxury budget task in Big Boss 11 house

Each day is bringing new twists and tasks for the contestants in Big Boss 11 house. After the twisted process of nominations got over, Big Boss announced the Luxury Budget Task in which house turned in cushion making factory.

Vikas and Shilpa became the business rivals in the factory and all other contestants performed as workers in the cushion factory. Vikas and Shilpa were given note points which they have to distribute to the worker contestants after they complete the order of cushions given by Big Boss.


In the middle of the task, Hina and Shilpa join hands against Vikas’s team and stole money from his locker which becomes the cause of heated up argument between Shilpa and Vikas. Vikas announces to his teammates to switch the team as he is now left with no money and will not be able to pay the workers. Due to which Priyank joined Shilpa’s team and the task continues.

Good friends Bandagi, Puneesh and Akash fought during the task and Akash also fought with Arshi for the money in the task.

Stay Tuned for the latest updates of Big Boss 11.


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