Bigg Boss 15: Karan Kundrra and Nishant Bhat talk about their unbridged differences

In a clip from Bigg Boss 15. Karan Kundrra and Nishant Bhat talk about their friendship and wonder when they stopped meeting each other.

Participants in the house of Bigg Boss usually know each other before coming to the show. Some participants strengthen their friendships, some get wrecked. However, some might as well try to talk their differences out so as to make sure they have each other’s back. Karan Kundrra and Nishant Bhat fall under the latter category.

In a recent Extra Masala clip of Bigg Boss 15, Karan and Nishant were seen talking about how they have grown apart as friends and why didn’t either of them take a step to fix it. The duo, along with Tejasswi Prakash were sitting and doing their house chores when Karan says, “Nishant, we need to talk.” Nishant is taken by surprise as he asks what do they need to talk about. Karan answers, “Life. Where were you for so many years?” Nishant laughs and says, “You left me, Karan.” Karan expresses his concern about how they have become distant as he said, “Do you remember how close we were? But then one day, we met for the last time and we did not even realise that we won’t be able to meet for almost 4-5 years! Which day was it when we met for the last time before we got this distant?”

Karan answered the question all by himself as he then said, “Oh, now I remember! It was after the breakup. I was sitting melancholically on Nishant’s terrace and all other people including Nishant were standing and starring at me.” Nishant then remembers how they met for Diwali at some point and also watched a movie at each other’s places. However, Karan continues with the mystery as he says, “But there must have been a day when we met for the last time.” Nishant finally decides to put an end to Karan’s confusion as he says, “It was not like either of us was angry or disappointed with each other, but we got distant in general.”

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