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Payal, Sambhavana re-enter Bigg Boss

tv Updated: Nov 03, 2008 18:29 IST

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Actress Payal Rohatgi and item girl Sambhavana Seth are set to add spice to reality show

Bigg Boss

once again - the two have been brought back as wild card entries.

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A spicy twist!

The girls will be seen on Monday's episode, adding confusion and chaos at the Bigg Boss house, which currently lacks excitement...

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The girls will be seen on Monday's episode, adding confusion and chaos at the Bigg Boss house, which currently lacks excitement.

On Monday's episode, Bigg Boss assigns a task to the existing inmates - Rahul Mahajan, Monica Bedi, Diana Hayden, Raja Chaudhary, Zulfi Syed and Ashutosh Kaushik who were vying to win the Rs.7.5 million prize money until Sunday.

Each housemate has to take care of a baby doll. However, they get only four baby dolls. Adding a twist to the task, Bigg Boss informs the housemates that the remaining two baby dolls are kept elsewhere and those two turn out to be Sambhavana and Payal instead.

As soon as the two step in, item girl Sambhavana, who had shocked viewers with her string of abuses and close dance with Raja earlier, creates a buzz in the house by revealing various tricks that the housemates use against each other.

Sambhavana and Payal's wild card entry is expected to bring excitement for the housemates and audience alike.

While Payal created waves with her romantic links with Rahul who is right now wooing Monica, Sambhavana fought with Ashutosh, Rahul and Raja over seemingly trivial issues.

Another interesting facet of their entry is that Sambhavana and Payal love to hate each other. They have had their share of cat fights on the show.

The reality show requires celebrities to be locked up in a specially designed house for three months under 24-hour camera surveillance, with no access to the outside world. Every week one housemate is evicted and the one who stays till the very end emerges the winner.

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