'Bigg Boss 9' Day 71: Housemates get 'exposed' in 'truth and dare' game

Updated: 24 December, 2015 10:47 IST | A Correspondent |

The housemates play a game of 'truth and dare' during which quite a few revelations take place. Also the day sees another money task being played. Will the housemates win back the money they lost? Find out...

Day 71 opens with Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol distributing gifts to the housemates. When Bigg Boss welcomes Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol into the house, the star gets scared of Bigg Boss’ voice. When the famous romantic jodi pit Rochelle’s brains against Mandana’s, Rochelle proves her intelligence. Asking Mandana to say the alphabets in the reverse order, she asks him for another question. Kajol reiterates that this is not a multiple choice and that she will have to try it out.

Later, SRK and Kajol have fun and make Suyyash, Prince and Kishwer play-act. They give them a scenario in which Prince is Kishwer’s boyfriend and Suyyash is Kishwer’s dog. Getting love lessons from the 'King of Romance', Rishabh and Prince deliver SRK’s famous dialogues from 'Dil Toh Pagal Hai' and 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge'. The superstars also crown two of the housemates, known for their hot and cold equation, as the 'Dilwale' and 'Dilwali' of the house.

The housemates try their hand at the 'Baazi' task
The housemates try their hand at the 'Baazi' task

The next day, the housemates have a hint that a money task is going to ensue when they wake up to the song 'Paisa Yeh Kaisa'. Captain Prince delegates house chores to sort out the upcoming week. Later, Rochelle is caught talking against Mandana’s comment about Keith being like a servant to Rochelle and Suyyash being Kishwer’s joru ka gulaam. She tells Kishwer that perhaps Mandana has never received any love in her life and that is why she has her theory.

Meanwhile, Giselle has shown her true colours. While she agrees when Priya, in a private conversation, and tells her that Rishabh should not have passed a personal comment about her age in front of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol, she is later seen talking against Priya’s behavior to Rishabh in front of the stars.

During a dining table conversation with Suyyash, Rochelle and Kishwer, Prince admits that he does like Nora but he wants to see what happens outside the house. His friends tell him that it looks like Nora has stronger feelings for Prince and he should maintain his distance if his feelings for her are not as strong.

Later, Rochelle suggests that in the spirit of Christmas, they should play Secret Santa and gift one another presents. Keith adds that they could also give away a few of their clothes to Bigg Boss and request him to donate the clothes to an orphanage. Rochelle takes this as Keith cutting into her idea and gets upset with him.

The housemates decide to play a game of truth and dare in the evening. Quite a few revelations take place during this session, including Prince’s choice between Yuvika and Nora and whether Mandana is just plain lazy or lethargic about work. Rishabh also tells Nora that he does not believe Nora’s feelings are genuine and asks Nora if his instincts are right. This irks the Moroccan damsel and she goes on defense mode.

Later, Bigg Boss gives the housemates a chance to regain their lost sum of the winning amount back in a task called ‘Baazi’. The housemates are coupled into 4 pairs –- Rochelle and Rishabh, Kishwer and Mandana, Keith and Nora, Suyyash and Priya. The housemates are supposed to stand in pairs on one pole. They are provided only two rubber rings on the pole to stand upon. While Giselle supervises the task, Prince sits in the confession room and bets on which Jodi will win the task. If he gets the Jodi right, the housemates will get the winning amount back.

First Published: 22 December, 2015 08:51 IST

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