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  • TV actress Hina Khan and Vikas Gupta got safe from the nominations of Big Boss 11 this week
  • Salman addressed Actor Hiten Tejwani and Model/Actress Arshi khan as ‘ the only couple in the house’.

Salman Khan apologizes in Big Boss 11 to the dogs as he called Zubair Khan dog last Weekend

A lot has happened this weekend in the house of Big Boss 11, host Salman Khan said he will announcing the mane of the only couple in the house whereas everyone thought that he is talking about the new love couple Puneesh and Bandagi but he took Hiten and Arshi’s name after which everyone burst in laughter.

Although Hiten hated to get linked up with Arshi whereas Arshi enjoyed it thoroughly. He called Arshi Naagin repeatedly and was making sad faces while getting trolled by Salman and other contestants.


Also Read: Big Boss 11 Latest updates: Is this the Beginning of New Friendship Between Shilpa Shinde and Vikas Gupta?

Salman sarcastically apologizes to dogs as he called Zubair Khan Kutta last week and Zubair’s behavior got on his nerves. Contestants Arshi Khan, Shilpa Shinde, Vikas Gupta and Hina Khan were called in the witness box to confront the allegations fired towards them by other contestants in Big Boss 11 house.

Again the Big boss 11 house heated with arguments between the housemates during the confrontation. And in between the fights, Salman announced that Hina Khan and Vikas are safe from the nominations this week.

In today’s episode Actors Ravi Dubey and Rithvik Dhanjani, who were last seen together in Khatron Ke Khiladi will be coming to the Big Boss 11 to entertain the audience will their humor. Here are the pictures of today’s episode-

-prepared By Pragya Mittal Of NewsGram | Twitter @PragyaMittal05


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