Kushal made re-entry in Bigg Boss in complete Bollywood style. He entered the house as 'Badtameez Dil' blared out of the loudspeakers. Take a look.
Kushal Tandon hugs Armaan as he makes a re-entry into the Bigg Boss house on Wednesday night. Armaan was quite elated to see Kushal.
Interestingly, Kushal even hugs Tanisha after as he enters the Bigg Boss house once again.
Kushal meets Andy warmly; an elated Armaan looks on.
Kushal meets the inmates as he re-enters the Bigg Boss house.
A happy Kushal shares a light moment with Andy.
Bigg Boss 7 contestant Gauhar Khan’s sister Nigaar Khan entered the house during a task wherein the contestants couldn’t talk or react to the visitors.
Nigar says she’s extremely proud of the way her sister has conducted herself.
Nigar says, "Not only as her sister, but being part of the audience, I have immense respect for her. It isn’t easy being in the house. But all of the contestants have done a fair job and, though everyone talks about each other, including Gauhar, she’s never been mean or negative about anyone behind their backs. She’s keeping a lot of dignity and grace."
Nigar also has no issues about Gauhar’s close bond with Kushal Tandon, which has become a talking point in the media. "They are young and single, so why not? It’s great if she has support in the house."
Ask her if she feels this is for real, and she says, "The right person to answer this question would be Gauhar as I have no idea how deep or meaningful this is."
She also adds, "The Aijaz Khan love triangle isn’t fooling me either, as it’s totally for entertainment’s sake. And why wouldn’t Aijaz have a crush Gauhar, she is the prettiest girl in the house."
Talking about the way host Salman Khan spoke to Gauhar during the Tanishaa Mukerji-Kushal blow out, Nigar says, "I’m a huge fan of Salman and I think Gauhar is a strong-minded person and knows how to express herself even as she maintains her dignity. No one can say she misbehaved with Salman. But there’s no harm in expressing your opinion. I respect her for standing up for herself. It’s better than apologising and repeating the same mistake again," she says referring to Armaan.