Bigg Boss 14: Eijaz Khan gets irritated with Abhinav Shukla for THIS reason

In a recent Extra Masala clip, Abhinav Shukla and Eijaz Khan share knowledge on IQ.

In Bigg Boss 14, the contestants are enjoying their final moments in the house, leaving all tensions aside. In a recent Extra Masala, Eijaz Khan, Rahul Vaidya take a swim, Abhinav Shukla is sunbathing, and Nikki Tamboli is enjoying herself.

The clip begins with Abhinav generally asking how do people get tan in the water. Eijaz answers that it is refraction. Abhinav tells him that it’s a reflection. As Abhinav starts to explain, Eijaz understands it.


Meanwhile, Abhinav starts explaining that refraction is the bending of light through a medium, and reflection is through a surface. He says that Eijaz is in the water, so due to the surface, it’s reflection. Eijaz gets irritated with Abhinav and says he too knows about this.

Further, Nikki adds that how can they all remember so many things. Eijaz replies that it’s IQ (Intelligent Quotient), after saying he swims to another end of the swimming pool. He comes up and says that he has an IQ of 123.

From behind, Abhinav replies that IQ has nothing to do with the topic they were discussing. Eijaz says, “Theek hai.” Abhinav says that a lot of people think that having knowledge is IQ. It’s not true.

He reveals that once he had taken an IQ test because people told him he was intelligent. He took the test, and he scored around mid average, and people with non-technical background scored more than him. Eijaz replies, “It’s a cross-section of a lot of things, apna specialisation apne interest mein hai, hum jo baate karte hai hume voh pata hota hai.”

Eijaz adds that he doesn’t have an interest in History, Civics, Political system. General knowledge is different, and IQ is different.

He further reveals that his father told him that if you can read the newspaper back to back, then you’re intelligent. Also, his father used to force him to read the editorials and columns on the page because it gives oneself a perspective of things. Abhinav concludes that a technical person doesn’t need to be intelligent.