Bigg Boss 13 Week 5: Shocking eliminations, surprise entries and much more

Updated: Nov 04, 2019, 11:15 | Anshul Vipat
  • Bigg Boss 13, Siddharth Dey

    Bigg Boss surprised the contestants in the fifth week by announcing the eviction of Siddharth Dey. Commenting on his exit, Dey said, "My four-week journey in the house was the best experience I have ever had. This house has its own magic and it helps you understand the best and worst part of yourself and the world. These tasks and the situations in the house also instigate one to do and say things which are beyond their morals."

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  • Farah Khan, Bigg Boss 13

    In a bid to sort out differences between the contestants, Bigg Boss announced the Bigg Boss Adalat, with Farah Khan as the judge. The director was seen trying to sort out the differences between housemates and focus on important issues.

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  • Farah Khan, Rashami Desai, Bigg Boss 13

    Farah heard the arguments of Sidharth Shukla who represented his team (Shehnaz Gill, Asim Riaz, Aarti Singh, and Devoleena Bhattacharjee), while Rashami Desai argued for her team, which included Mahira Sharma, Paras Chhabra, Shefali Bagga, and Siddhartha Dey. After some heated arguments, Farah gave a clean chit and a fair judgment in favour of both Sidharth Shukla and Rashami Desai's hearings.

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  • Paras Chhabra, Sidharth Shukla, Asim Riaz, Bigg Boss 13

    The next day, Bigg Boss announced the weekly task, the Bigg Boss Home Delivery task which turned the contestants into delivery agents. In the task, the boys were stationed in three small houses built in the garden outside. They had to give their respective food orders for delivery to the girls. 

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  • Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Shefali Bagga, Mahira Sharma, Shehnaaz Kaur Gill, Bigg Boss 13

    The girls together had to decide which boy out of the three will be the chef and thus take orders and who will be in charge of the deliveries. The boys had to ensure that they get maximum deliveries to win this task. The boy who wins the task with maximum deliveries by the final buzzer will win the ticket to the finale and will get the advantage of taking one girl ahead to the next level with him.

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  • Bigg Boss 13

    While Sidharth Shukla, Asim, Aarti, and Shehnaaz stood strong by each other's side, the opposition team had to deal with an issue after Shefali decided to go against her team members.

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  • Devoleena Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Shefali Bagga, Rashami Desai, Paras Chhabra, Sidharth Shukla, Asim Riaz, Bigg Boss 13

    A fight occurred between Rashami and Aarti to become the delivery girl. Shehnaaz also jumped into the heated argument fighting against unjust behaviour. In the end, Devoleena managed to deliver food to Paras who won the BB delivery task and took Mahira Sharma in the finale with him.

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  • Rashami Desai, Aarti Singh

    Hey, it's not just tasks that brought out the worst in the contestants. Inside the house, Arti accused Rashami of leaking a rumour about Sidharth Shukla and her to tabloids. Trying hard to come to terms with Arti's accusation, a major fight occurred that got the whole house down.

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  • Bigg Boss 13

    Even performing daily chores turned into an argument when Mahira pointed out Asim's negligence in performing bathroom duties. This went a notch higher when Paras and Shefali got themselves involved while Arti stepped in to support Asim. An agitated Arti once again attacked Rashami and stated how they had to eat the same food for two days because she was not making it in the right quantity.

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  • Bigg Boss 13

    The end of the week saw contestants ranking themselves on a scale of 1 to 9, the first round was based on 'Doghla contestants' and the second round was based on who is the most deserving contestant to stay in the house with 9 being the least deserving.

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  • Shefali Jariwala, Tehseen Poonawalla, Khesari Lal Yadav

    But there was a twist in the tale. Unknown to them, their actual fate and ranking were being monitored by the wildcard contestants - Shefali Zariwala, Tehseen Poonawalla, and Khesari Lal Yadav.

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  • Shefali Jariwala, Bigg Boss 13

    Yes, you have heard it right! Bigg Boss introduced us to their wildcard contestants during the task. The first one being Shefali Zariwala. Don't know who she is? Well, just Google Kaanta Laga and you will know.

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  • Tehseen Poonawalla, Bigg Boss 13

    The second contestant was Tehseen Poonawalla. For those who don't know who he is, he has described himself as a Political Trendwatcher and is also a TV host, Life Coach, Entrepreneur and a student of Mythology. He's a Congress party member and is married to Monica Vadra, Priyanka Gandhi's husband Robert Vadra's cousin. What difference will his presence make on the show?

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  • Khesari Lal Yadav, Bigg Boss 13

    The third wild card entry was Bhojpuri superstar Khesari Lal Yadav. The actor was supposed to join the show during its premiere but had to keep it on hold due to prior work commitments. Apart from the trio, the house will also see the entry of a few more celebrities.

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  • Devoleena Bannerjee, Shefali Bagga, Rashami Desai

    The House looks full now, doesn't it? No, that's not the case. The house also saw the elimination of three contestants, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Shefali Bagga and Rashami Desai.

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  • Salmna Khan, Bigg Boss 13

    The countdown to the mid-season finale has begun; its viewers and contestants are waiting for the results with bated breath. Don't forget to enrich your Bigg Boss knowledge by going through the best moments of the first week, second weekthird week and fourth week!

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