Bigg Boss 15 Day 95 written updates: Devoleena shouts at Pratik for making tea for Abhijit Bichukale, Tejasswi will get possessive for Karan Kundrra

The episode begins with Karan Kundrra speaking to Rashami Desai about Tejasswi Prakash’s behaviour. He says Tejasswi known as him ‘kamzoron ki nishaani’. Rashami asks him to not take any main determination and give attention to his recreation since that is the final week. The 2 additionally discuss Umar Riaz’s nature. Rashami says ‘par dil ka bhut achcha hai’.

Karan Kundrra tells Tejasswi that he loves her loads and may’t stand if she is giving consideration to somebody. Later, Karan modifications Shamita’s batteries and Tejasswi will get livid to see this. She tells him that if he cannot see her giving consideration to another person, he too ought to cease doing such acts.

Rakhi comes out complaining about some woman who went to the bathroom for dumping however did not flush.

Devoleena shouts at Pratik for making tea for Abhijit Bichukale. She shouts at him saying that the person who mentioned all of the unhealthy issues about him and his household and pals however continues to be making tea for a similar individual.

Karan explains to Tejasswi that Rakhi has been attempting to not let robust contestants enter the finale week in order that she will win the present. Karan additionally tries to inform Rashami the identical factor however Tejasswi interferes. Karan and Tejasswi scream at one another.

A blame recreation erupting between Tejasswi Prakash and Devoleena Bhattacharjee, who accuses Tejasswi of not performing her obligation of cleansing the washroom correctly inside the home. Devo accuses Teja of not sustaining private hygiene.

Throughout a recreation known as ‘Bigg Boss ki Adaalat’, the non-VIPs must persuade the ‘VIP jury’ comprising Rakhi Sawant, Karan Kundra, Umar Riaz and Rashami Desai about why they should enter the finale by hurling costs on different contestants. The VIPs select Tejasswi because the winner over Devoleena within the first spherical.

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