'Bigg Boss 16': Shehnaaz Gill, MC Square promote their new song this weekend - Mumbai News

Mumbai, Dec 10 (IANS) The upcoming episode of 'Bigg Boss 16' will have Shehnaaz Gill and rapper MC Square, who await the release of their song 'Ghani Sayani'.

by IANS | Updated Dec 10, 2022

'Bigg Boss 16': Shehnaaz Gill, MC Square promote their new song this weekend - Mumbai News

Shehnaaz is captured in her element as she banters on with Salman Khan, whom she asks a flurry of fun questions. Making the most of her time on the 'vaar' stage, Shehnaaz recreated an iconic scene from 'Hum Aapne Hain Koun' with her signature charm.

After raising the roof with megastar Salman, Shehnaaz conducted two fun tasks in the coveted house along with MC Square.

The first task involved two housemates out of which one dons a rotating chair, which will spin if the other housemate answers spicy questions in the affirmative. It will be fun to watch the questions that make it to this task.

The next task entails housemates citing which bad attribute of contestants they would like to kill with 'zeherila paani'. Watch out for the juicy revelations that are about to be dropped in this task.

Many more beans are spilled when host Salman Khan conducts a poll on who the contestants think is on their way to victory and who has lost their way on the show.

The other poll that rocked the house is contested by wild card entrants Sreejita De and Vikas Manaktala. Housemates will be asked to label one of them as 'angaar' and the other as 'bhangaar' based on the impression they have made with their stint in the show so far.

The fate of nominated contestants Tina Datta and Sumbul Touqeer, who are in the bottom two is in the hands of Shalin Bhanot.

Salman brings a shocking twist by announcing that Shalin has the option to press a buzzer and retain Rs 25 lakh of the total winning prize money at the expense of letting the eviction happen as usual. The other option is to not press the buzzer and save Tina and Sumbul from the threat of eviction at the cost of forgoing Rs 25 lakh of the winning prize money.

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