Bigg Boss 12: Sreesanth Talks of Tihar Jail Days, Dipika , Jasleen No Longer in Captaincy Race

Bigg Boss 12: Sreesanth Talks of Tihar Jail Days, Dipika , Jasleen No Longer in Captaincy Race

The Bigg Boss season 12 witnessed an emotional moment as Sreesanth recalled his days in Tihar jail while washing the dirty utensils in the house. The former cricketer, along with Rohit Suchanti, was punished for breaking the house rules and several other vast dirty utensils were sent in the house for the purpose. The incident had also diode to an enormous fight between Megha Dhade and Deepak Thakur as the former volunteered to assist the two and Deepak called her an opportunist.

As Sreesanth felt insulted about washing the dirty utensils, he decided to walk out of the house but was consoled by the Bigg Boss. Karanvir Bohra, who had named him for the punishment, also felt sorry and patched up with him.

Beginning the luxurious budget task, Bigg Boss appointed Sreesanth and Romil Chaudhary as 'hitmen' who might murder the contestants symbolically to get rid of them from the captaincy race. A vault was placed within the house from that the contestants might collect coins to put a murder contract with one in all the hitmen to get rid of their opponent. The currency equivalent to the coins was to be subtracted from the winning prize amount of Rs 45 lakh. The hitman with the higher income gain would even be eligible for the captaincy position.

As the task progressed, Romil went on a killing spree as he first murdered Jasleen Matharu for a contract of Rs 75000. He then went on to murder Dipika Kakar for the highest contract amount of Rs 4.40 lakh. She was followed by Megha who was killed on Deepak's contract of Rs 3.90 lakh.

Upset with the eradication of his friends, Sreesanth accepted Karanvir's contract of Rs 3.60 lakh for killing Rohit. By the end of the episode, Megha, Dipika, Rohit, and Jasleen were ousted from the captaincy race.

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