Yesterday, Vikas' team (Vikas, Hina Khan, Hiten, Benafsha, Sapna Chaudhry, Sabyasachi Sathpathy and Mehjabeen) played the game while Puneesh's team (Puneesh, Shilpa, Bandagi Kalra, Akash Dadlani, Jyoti, Arshi Khan and Luv Tyagi) were the opponents.
For those who were unable to watch the last night's episode of Bigg Boss 11, here are 5 major Catch points from last night's episode that created a buzz and entertained the contestants as well as the fans of the reality show. Vikas, Arshi and Jyoti who are locked up jail decide to sneak out from there and get the candies. Her spat with Hina might lead her into more trouble.
Bigg Boss even sends candies to the contestants, after all - they've been his guests for over two weeks now. After facing a tough time in yesterday's luxury task, Vikas Gupta's team will be seen planning a tough counter attack to get back at Puneesh Sharma's team. He gets into war of words with Puneesh Sharma.
When Puneesh finally gave up, the entire team applauded for him as he performed to the best of his ability. Moreover, he also tries to make her realise that he is also about to get divorced. Team Vikas start throwing water, paint and cowdung on Team Puneesh.
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Talking of yoga, the PM said he had been told that the jawans present at the gathering regularly practice yoga. The PM appreciated the men and officer's penance and sacrifice amid harsh conditions at the frontiers.
We see Bandgi and Puneesh in a conversation wherein the former tells him all the things that Vikas told her about him. Luv tells Hina to not get affected by what Arshi was saying, and Hina replies that she cared a damn of what Arshi said. In return, Vikas says thank you and sorry while kissing Shilpa on the cheek.
However, in the bedroom, Luv becomes furious and asks everyone who voted against him.
While he's doing this, Hina will be seen speaking to the team members about how they will not give the other team any time to recuperate between attacks - there will be a constant onslaught.