Bigg Boss 12: Nehha Pendse or Karanvir Bohra, who’s winning the captaincy task in second week?

This task has 5 rounds and at the end whoever has the highest score is declared the captain.

There is a zesty mix of drama, action, emotions and laughter amongst the contestants. Having Romil Chaudhary-Nirmal Singh and Dipika Kakar sent to the Kaalkothri, the contestants remain perplexed about this week’s captaincy. Bigg Boss wakes them up on ‘Woh Sikandar Hi Doston’ from Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar (1992) hinting at the captaincy task for the week. Bigg Boss asks Nehha Pendse to get her team of singles to nominate two contestants from either their team or one from the singles and one from the jodis for captaincy. This special power is given to the singles team for being the winners of the luxury budget task.

Without much confusion and no excessive banter on whom to choose, for their representative, the individuals pick their candidate unanimously and they choose Nehha and Karanvir Bohra from their team for the same. A grand twist comes in when Bigg Boss announces that the jodis will have the power to choose their captain. Post the announcement, both Nehha and Karanvir are seen skillfully trying to manipulate the jodis so that they vote in their favour.

This captaincy task is exciting, there are two set of stumps kept with Karanvir and Nehha’s name on it. Each member from a jodi has to come as a wicket keeper to S Sreesanth’s bowling and will then have the power to stump the wicket of that contestant who they think isn’t worthy of being captain by justifying their actions. This task has 5 rounds and at the end whoever has the highest score is declared the captain.

Does Nehha’s coaxing work or Karanvir’s charm win the other contestants over? Do the contenders succeed in manipulating the contestants? Who is voted the Fizz captain of the week? Well, you will have to watch tonight's episode for the answers.

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