Bigg Boss 14: Haarsh Limbachiyaa refers to NCB raid in his house on the show

The writer tells the contestants “aaj kal mere ghar par log subah aajate hain aur bahut kuch kar ke chale jaate hain.” Only a few chance the hint.

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Saturday’s Weekend Ka Vaar episode of Bigg Boss 14, witnessed a Christmas special episode which had many high points. TV personality Harsh Limbachiyaa and Garvit Pareek came on the show to spread happiness and roast the contestants.
A few days back, Haarsh along with his wife Bharti Singh was arrested by NCB for possession of Cannabis. He was seen taking a dig at himself on the show.

Unlike, other Weekend Ka Vaar episodes, this week Haarsh and Garvit’s act was shot during the day and upon his entry, Harsh takes an indirect dig on himself and said, “Subah subah main aagaya kyunki aajkal mere ghar par bhi log subah subah aajate hain…aur bahut kuch karke chale jaate hain…” (These days people come to my house early in the morning and there’s a lot of activity, so I thought why not come to your house in the morning too).

Aly Goni, Rahul Vaidya along with few other contestants got a hint about what Harsh was referring to and laughed over it.

Bharti and Haarsh who are out on bail, were in the news last month after NCB found ‘small quantities of cannabis’ at their Mumbai residence.

On November 21, NCB had arrested Bharti and Haarsh for possession of 86.5 grams of Cannabis. The two had admitted to its consumption. The couple had moved the court for bail on November 22 and it was granted to the couple by a magistrate’s court after the NCB and the public prosecutor representing the investigating agency failed to appear before the court to make submissions on the bail pleas. The NCB did not even submit replies on the bail pleas.

The couple was trolled after Haarsh posted pictures of them on social media, after getting bail. Haarsh replied to a person who said that he and Bharti should be boycotted. “So jao uncle,” he wrote.

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