Bigg Boss 15: Nishant Bhat and Pratik Sehajpal makes fun of Rajiv Adatia, calls him ‘Chicha’

In an Extra Masala Clip of Bigg Boss 15, Nishant Bhat and Pratik Sehajpal were seen making fun of Rajiv Adatia, who definitely knows how to take jokes.

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The series of Bigg Boss has had the most controversial and dramatic fights of the Indian Television Industry, and mostly because of contestants making fun of others in the show which gets ugly by the end of either the episode or the week. However, Rajiv Adatia has set a new place for his name as he shows positive spirit while Nishant Bhat and Pratik Sehajpal were mocking him amidst fellow contestants.

In an Extra Masala clip of Bigg Boss 15, we can see the housemates sitting around the couch, where Nishant and Pratik were taking shots at Rajiv as they call him out as ‘Chicha’ to which Rajiv calmly says that his name is Rajiv and not ‘Chicha’. Nishant can be clearly seen making fun of Rajiv’s accent as others continue to say that Rajiv is intimidated by others. Umar Riaz steps into the conversation as he says, “The only easy target here is Rajiv” to which he replies, “I do not care what happens inside the house and I am not scared to go out, at all. I do not care what you think.” Rajiv asks Shamita Shetty, who can be seen sitting beside Nishant, to step in the conversation to which she says that “You should know what to ignore. You are getting hyper. Stop giving us warnings by saying that you will lose your shit. If you are going to keep cautioning us like this then make sure you do lose your shit.” Umar cracks a joke on this statement by saying, “If you are going to lose your shit, make sure to flush and wash your hands afterwards.”

Rajiv then complaints about not being able to have a decent conversation as Umar tries to mock Rajiv’s accent while saying,”Mei yaha theple banane aaya hu.. Me, Rajiv from London.” Hearing this Rajiv, who was keeping a bright smile throughout the session, finally cracks a laugh and admits that it was funny.

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