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  • Lovebirds of Big Boss 11, Bandagi and Puneesh kissed late night which got captured on the Camera.
  • Other contestants calling them shameless for getting intimate in the Big Boss 11 house.

Hina Calls Puneesh and Bandagi insane for getting intimate in front of the cameras of Big Boss 11 house

Contestants woke up to the song ‘ Jumma Chumma’ hiddenly taunting Puneesh and Bandagi. The couple got terrified hearing the song as they were captured kissing last night. Priyank and Hina talk about them, saying its shameless and insane to get intimate for the cameras and attention.

The house of fights, Big Boss 11 again witnessed a massive fight between Priyank Sharma and Arshi Khan. Akash and Benafsha jumped into the fight while Hina started guiding Priyank which led to Akash calling Priyank as Hina’s pet.


After the fight got over, nominations process got started where Shilpa Shinde got safe as she was the winner of the secret telling task and got a special power to watch the nomination process. On the other hand, Puneesh being a captain was given the power to choose 7 contestants whom he wants to see in the nominations.

Puneesh nominatedBenafsha, Luv, Sabyasachi, Priyank, Sapna, Mehjabi and Hiten. Later all the contestants were told to nominate from these 7 contestants only. Shilpa Shinde was happy to see the nomination process and wondered why she was given such special power?

An argument got started between Akash Dadlani and Benafsha Soonawala, as Akash called Benafsha unhygienic during the nominations.

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