Bigg Boss 14: Rahul Vaidya on his bond with Nikki Tamboli, says ‘Iss rishte ne mujhe bohot confuse kiya hai’

In the recent promo, Rahul Vaidya talks about his bond with Nikki Tamboli. Aly Goni would most likely replace Rakhi Sawant, if Jasmin Bhasin would be in finale.

Bigg Boss has brought another interesting mode in the show from their stock. This time we will see a couple of RJ’s talking to the contestants inside the house. They will be asking some direct questions to the contestants regarding the latest Panchayat task and also about the recently concluded connection week. 

In the promo, RJ asks Rahul Vaidya about his relationship with Nikki Tamboli. He asks Rahul what do you think about Nikki as recently she went out of the way to save you from eviction round. Rahul says, “I am very confused about the relationship with her. Sometimes I feel that we share a good bond but sometimes she makes me feel like she doesn’t care about me.” He further says that he doesn’t know about his relationship with Nikki in Bigg Boss house but definitely he will do his best to stay friends post Bigg Boss. 

Further, a RJ asks Rubina for a thing that she wished would have never happened inside the house. “Panchayat wala task jahan par mere aur Jasmin ke beech mein rift paida ho gaye (The panchayat task which created a rift between me and Jasmin).” The RJ asks for the reason and Rubina says, “Maine unka wo roop dekha jo shayd mujhe pata hi nahi tha. She had been building so much in her heart for me. (I saw a whole different side Jasmin which I never knew).” 

Later Rakhi Sawant was asked about who had broken her heart in the house. She says, “Rubina ne mujhe bohot kharab bolo hai, mein kabhi nahi bhulungi.”

At last, RJ gives out a situation to Aly Goni that if Jasmin was in the finale, then according to him who would be the contestant that didn’t deserve to stay in the house. He replies, “Rakhi Sawant doesn’t deserve to stay in the house and i would have replaced her with Jasmin.”

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