Bigg Boss 12 is the perfect example of ‘changing equations’ overnight. We all remember how Rohit Suchanti’s game plan in the Bigg Boss house was to overthrow and eliminate Sreesanth. However, once in the house, Sree and Rohit were seen being on cordial terms. But tonight’s episode will see those terms come to an official end, after the luxury budget task—Gram Panchayat.
The task that sees Deepak and Dipika as lawyers, has Somi and Jasleen as the ‘Panchayat Pramukhs’. And in today’s part of the task, Deepak will call out Sreesanth’s abusive nature towards the other contestants and also raise the issue of how the ex-cricketer has bad-mouthed the show on multiple occasions. Sreesanth will be seen defending himself and Dipika will also be lawyering up to him. Bigg Boss 12: Sreesanth's Wife Exposes Shilpa Shetty's Husband Raj Kundra After His 'Epic'; Comment; Deets Inside!
And in the midst of the proceedings, Rohit will state that Sreesanth has abused one and all in the house which includes Dipika, whom he considers his sister, as well and this irks Sree.
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He and Rohit get into an argument, where Sreesanth swears on his son that he would have hit him if he was not in the house for his statement. To this, Rohit asks Sree, “Aap Ghar Ke Bahar Milo”. Sree then speaks to the camera and says that if Rohit had passed this statement outside the house, he (Sree) would have smashed his head. Their argument continues in the washroom as well, where Sreesanth asks him to speak where cameras are not present (the loo). To this, Rohit quips, “Logon Ko Galat Lagega,” which annoys Sree even more. Bigg Boss 12: Sreesanth’s Wife Bhuvneshwari Writes an Open Letter to BCCI, Alleges Cricket Board of Having Double Standards on IPL 2013 Spot-Fixing Scandal
To this, he goes on to proclaim that he is the Number 1 contestant and he will win the show. Well, in other news, Sreesanth’s wife Bhuvneshwari recently called out Shilpa Shetty’s husband for his ‘Epic’ comment on… Also, she wrote an open letter to BCCI criticizing their move of still not clearing her husband’s name, even though the court cleared it.