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'Bigg Boss 10' Day 72: Now, 'Drama King' Swami Om abuses Gaurav

Updated on: 28 December,2016 08:04 AM IST  | 
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On the 72nd day of 'Bigg Boss 10', Swami Om passes personal comments against Gaurav that leads to an ugly spat between them. How do the others react to Swami's tiresome antics. Find out...

'Bigg Boss 10' Day 72: Now, 'Drama King' Swami Om abuses Gaurav

'Bigg Boss 10' Day 72: Now, 'Drama King' Om Swami abuses Gaurav

Bigg Boss 10 participants

Unaware of the storm which is about to hit the Bigg Boss house, contestants wake up to the song 'Ye Mausam Ka Jadoo Hai Mitwa'.

The day starts with Lopa talking about her struggles and how she is proud of her achievements and of having represented India on a global platform. Manu also expresses his gratitude and says that he is proud of her achievements. Meanwhile, Swami Om is once again seen giving a monologue in front of the camera. he calims he's missing his 'beti' Priyanka with tears in his eyes. When Manu asks him the reason of his sadness, Swami Om says that he was just feeling guilty about his wrongdoings and was apologizing into the camera. Moving to his next target, Swami Om asks Gaurav to convince Bani to have a conversation with him as he wants to clear the animosity and start afresh.

Participants during the 'Toofan' task

After constantly failing in the luxury budget task, Bigg Boss gives the contestants another chance to bag the luxury budget. In keeping with the winter season, Bigg Boss introduces the new luxury budget task 'Toofan' which will also impact captaincy. The house is turned into a snow clad region with a huge igloo placed in the garden area. The housemates are required to dress up as Kashmiris in Phiran and build or repair the igloo with the help of the equipment provided. Time and again, a snow storm will hit the house when the contestants are required to take shelter in the igloo and the last contestant to enter will be disqualified from the task and captaincy.

Even before the task begins, Swami Om warns the contestants that he will go to any extent to secure a spot for captaincy. He also adds that he doesn’t want to be a king but a kingmaker. As the first storm hits the house, Mona becomes the first one to be disqualified and starts crying over it.

As the day progresses, Swami Om claims a seat near the igloo and blocks the entrance for the other contestants. In an attempt to stop Gaurav from entering the igloo, Swami Om passes a few personal comments targeting him that leads to an argument between the two. Tired of Swami Om’s actions, housemates plan to lock him inside the jail but Lopa dismisses the decision. When Swami Om refuses to move, Bigg Boss tells Lopa to put a mark outside the entrance and asks the contestants to follow the rules.

Bani dressed up as Kashmiri in Phiran

As the second storm hits the house, the contestants rush to hide inside but end up hitting each other. Though Bani is the first one to enter the igloo, Lopa blames her for pushing and hurting her. When Bani retaliates, Lopa asks her to stop using roadside language with her and does not accept any justification. Rohan and Manveer ask Lopa to calm down as it’s the nature of the task because of which everyone is getting hurt or bruised.

Lopamudra Raut with Rohan Mehra

As the day comes to a close, Swami Om's drama once again takes precedence over everything and Manveer is seen defending his actions. Manveer then gets into a fight with Lopa and Rohan. Will the housemates be able to push Swami Om out of the game or will he finally become the captain of the Bigg Boss house?

Watch the video of Gaurav and Swami Om's fight here:

Watch the video of the task here:

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