Bigg Boss 7: Did FM listeners put Gauahar Khan and Tanishaa Mukherji in an awkward position?

Wed, December 25, 2013 6:50pm UTC by Add first Comment
Posted Wed, December 25, 2013 6:50pm UTC

For the first time in the history of Bigg Boss, viewers will get to talk to their favourite contestants while they are still inside the house!

Undoubtedly the biggest event on Indian television, the Bigg Boss Grand Finale, over the years, has become a force to reckon with.

Audiences are in fact, known to closely follow their favourite contestants and vote incessantly to ensure their victory.

Bigg Boss 7 and a leading radio station collectively created a unique platform for audiences and listeners to have a live chat with the top five contestants as a part of a special Christmas treat.

In the morning, the housemates got a wake-up call from RJ Malishka who informed the housemates that they will be going live on the radio starting that very moment. The fans and viewers seemed quite excited to be talking to their favorite housemates. While they showered them with appreciation, they also grilled them by asking all sorts of questions that would often put them in a fix. While Sangram Singh gets asked about why was there a certain change in his behavior after getting a direct entry into the finale, Tanishaa Mukherji and Gauahar Khan were asked to point out one bad thing about each other.

Ajaz Khan got a call from one of his fans who had a conversation with him in complete Mumbaiya style. Andy was asked about his friendly nature and why he switches sides time and again. Sangram is also questioned for calling the housemates empty vessels who just keep arguing with each other.

The housemates are then asked to do an activity where they are required to dance with each other switching partners in every song. One of the listeners, also tries to get Ajaz and Gauahar to patch up and become friends again.

Will the listeners be able to mend relationships inside the house? Keep watching to find out!Subscribe to me on YouTube


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