Bigg Boss 12: Salman Khan gears-up for this week’s evictions

t’s going to be an exciting weekend episode. Govinda will making an appearance to promote his film, Fryday.

The previous episode of the house was full of drama, emotional outbursts with a dash of romance. Now for the most exciting part of the show, fans are all geared up for the Weekend Ka Vaar with Salman Khan that will air this weekend. What’s more exciting about it is that one contestant will leave the house but then the contestant might even be retained to add an entertaining twist to the show. Not just that but Salman also addresses incidents in the house through the week and gives the housemates a sneak preview of who is saying what about whom. After all the drama we saw between the Khan sisters and Surbhi Rana, the actor does have a lot to talk about.

Not to mention, everyone hates Deepak Thakur in the house right now and we’re sure there is going to be an emotional outburst from Deepak’s end during the weekend episode. We do wonder who will leave the show though. Buzz is that Anup Jalota and Jasleen Matharu might get evicted this week since the bhajan samrat has a couple of shows lined up to perform at. But even if they do, will the makers want Jasleen to stay in the show without him, like they did with Romil Chaudhary?

It’s going to be an exciting weekend episode. Govinda will making an appearance to promote his film, Fryday. There will be a fun set of tasks for housemates, too.

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