Bigg Boss 14: Rubina Dilaik supports Nikki Tamboli, Kashmera Shah plots with Arshi Khan to remove her from the game

In the promo video for the new captaincy task, sanchalak Rubina Dilaik support Nikki Tamboli against unfair Kashmera Shah


Captaincy is a very important role in the Bigg Boss house. Each week Bigg Boss gives the contestants a chance with the captaincy task. In the upcoming captaincy task, we will see the contestants turn into ducks. In the promo video, we see Rubina read out the rules for the new captaincy task. There will be various batches and Rubina Dilaik will be the ‘sanchalak’ for the first batch that includes Kashmera Shah, Rakhi Sawant, Arshi Khan and Nikki Tamboli. The contestants with the largest quantity of food will win the round.

Later we, see Kashmera Shah planning with Arshi Khan and Rakhi Sawant to remove Nikki from the game. They plan to corner her. Arshi says that Nikki doesn’t deserve to be the captain. Nikki who desperately wants to be the captain asks Manu Punjabi for help. He advises her, “Unki sab ki jebe faadna.” Even Rubina tells her that she should not get eliminated in the first round. Nikki tells Rubina that her chances are low so she will use Manu’s advise.

Meanwhile, as the game begins Kashmera and Arshi corner Nikki Tamboli while Rakhi picks up the food. Nikki gives up her duck float and goes on to tear others pocket. Kashmera screams at her for being unfair. Rubina who tries to break the fight is also Kashmera’s target. Kashmera screams at her, “This is not the rules.” Rubina Dilaik tells her that they were wrong and started it by corner Nikki Tamboli. Rubina uses her ‘sanchalak’ card while Kashmera fights Nikki.

Kashmera calls her biased while Rubina says she started with playing unfairly. Rubina stands in support of Nikki and tells Arshi Khan, “Don’t do this ghatiya drama mere saamne.” She adds that she should learn to play fairly because she needs it. Arshi calls her ‘ghatiya sanchalak’ while Rubina tells her to play the game correctly.

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