Bigg Boss 14: Rakhi Sawant gets blamed for her choices in the house
In the recent Extra Masala clip, the housemates are against Rakhi Sawant for saving Abhinav Shukla and blames her for her choices.
In Bigg Boss 14 house, nobody is happy apart from Abhinav Shukla and Rubina Dilaik with Rakhi Sawant and her captaincy. The housemates have even declared an open rebellion against her in the house, the viewers were also sad with Rakhi’s captaincy and said that she has become a puppet of Rubina and Abhinav, nothing else.
In the recent Extra Masala clip, the housemates did not seem very happy that Rakhi Sawant chose to save Abhinav Shukla from the nominations using her special privilege as the captain. When Rakhi was sitting in the kitchen everybody said something to her, Eijaz Khan said that Rakhi didn’t give him the immunity instead she saved Abhinav. He said that he won’t forget that and he’ll see her in the next coming tasks.
Rahul Vaidya was not very happy with Rakhi and said, “Anjaane mein ho raha hai tab toh chalo samjh mein aata hai, lekin agar ye sab soch-samjh ke ho raha hai.” While others were targeting Rakhi, Nikki Tamboli came in her support and said that she played well and she shouldn’t take stress about others. She said, “Yahan dost dost Ka nahi hai.. tum kya bhai ke… Sab bol rahe tmne Bhai ko nahi bachaya, tumne jo kiya naa best kiya, ye mai bolri hu.” Eijaz said, “Samne se bol kar khula vaar karne ka, sidha.”
Further, Rahul said to others that if the accident was just a mere coincidence then it’s okay but if it was all planned out in advance then it’s not good. To this Eijaz asked Rakhi in a different tone that was she smart enough. Rakhi replied, “Mein to muh pe hu, jo hu muh pe hu.” Rahul Vaidya said that Rakhi is smart but doesn’t think she is cunning.
Rakhi curiously asked what is “cunning,” Rahul and Eijaz explained the meaning and asked her if she was a “chalak lomdi.” Vikas Gupta told that it is not said “chalak,” it’s called the experience and he thinks everybody should use their experience. Further, they went on discussing what was the meaning of smart and cunning, and the difference between them.