Bigg Boss 12 day 26 highlights: Shivashish-Sourabh, Shrishty sent to Kalkothri

Bigg Boss 12 Sreesanth is not moved by guilt-stricken Dipika Kakar's tears resolves to stay in the game- watch video

To add spice to the goings on in the house, the Bigg Boss made a decision to shift Jalota and Sreesanth, both of whom will reportedly enter the main house this weekend, to the outer house.

Friday's episode of Bigg Boss 12 began with the contestants trying to pacify Srishty Rode about last night's incident when Srishty and Saba Khan had an ugly fight, following which the duo have been banned from captaincy.

Bigg Boss 12 started on a slow phase but now it seems like the show is catching up with the real face of the celebrities coming out. Sree told Anup that Dipika is so manipulative that he has started to hate her now, and she is playing a very dirty game along with Neha. Sreesanth and Anup have been keeping a watch on contestants. The majority votes were against Srishty and the jodi of Saba-Somi in the light of the violence during the captaincy task. That's when Surbhi and Romil take Karanvir's name which irks him and the two indulge in a verbal spat. Bigg Boss has been surprising the contestants as well as viewers from the past few weeks. There the host Salman Khan is discussing the captaincy task where Saba Khan vehemently pushed Srishty Rode whilst completing the task.

Canal Water on the Rise
However, more than ten countries, including Ireland, showed a lack of appetite for increasing the EU's climate target. He recommended that Vietnam shift into a low-carbon economy, with a focus on the development of renewable energies .

Bigg Boss introduces a new task in which four contestants from the house are to be told about their strengths and weaknesses by the rest of the housemates.

Dipika and Nehha vote against Sourabh and Shivashish for the Kaal Kothari task. Romil advises Urvashi to be as present in the game as Deepak is.

Deepak Thakur, Surbhi Rana and Urvashi Vani sat down to talk about how the singles took advantage of Sreesanth's emotions, which eventually led to his exit. The contestants were told to nominate the weaker inmates who needed a charge to play better.

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