In the hustle to grab their glorious chance to finale, the contestants enjoy a delightful time connecting with their real families, checking with their wellbeing and introducing their ‘BIGG BOSS’ family to the closed ones. Contestants go through mixed emotions right from being extremely happy to breaking down to gaining courage and motivation from their ‘parivaar’.
In a heartwarming emotional episode, Rakhi breaks down seeing her lady of strength, her beloved mother, over the call. Rakhi’s mother, who has been battling with health issues, gives her health update to Rakhi in a very entertaining way. On the other hand, Tejasswi cannot stop herself from blushing after getting an approval from Karan’s parents. An elated Karan tells Tejasswi, “Ünhone aaj tak kisi ladki ke baare mein aisa kuch nahi kaha”. To create an impactful impression with her family, Karan takes some Marathi lessons from Nishant and Tejasswi. Their happiness knew no bounds when, Tejasswi’s brother gives approval to Karan and tells her that even their mother likes him!
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While Rajiv, who has re-entered the house with special powers as a ‘Ringmaster’, is all set to make the contestant dance to his tunes. He now has the right to decide who would be the three non-VIP contestants to be ‘Daawedaar’ of the ‘Ticket To Finale’. As the contestants are rolling up their sleeves and plotting their best strategies to reserve their seat in the finale, a fight breaks out between Rashami and Devoleena. The two who entered the house together as wild card contestants, get loggerheads with each other over their disagreements and trust issues. Rashami alleges that Devoleena has “lost her trust nowcast she walks away from her in a fume. Devoleena gives it back to her by claiming that even she hasn’t stood her ground and has been a liar in the show. With so much drama unfolding in the final weeks of the show, the anticipation for the next finalist is getting intense with each passing day.