Over the past few weeks, the integrity of the contestants residing in the Bigg Boss house has often been questioned. In fact, in the race to the Grand Finale, the eagerness of the contestants to win the show has now reached an all-time high.
To give this competitive environment a new angle and uncover hidden faces, if any, Bigg Boss brought in a new twist with Anchor and Editor-In-Chief of India TV news channel, Rajat Sharma, entering the house with his trademark show Aap Ki Adaalat.
In the evening, Bigg Bos asks all the housemates to gather in the activity area without revealing the purpose. When the housemates step inside the room, they find the activity area being converted into a court room with two witness boxes placed in the middle. While the housemates stare into each other’s face, Bigg Boss makes an announcement welcoming Rajat Sharma and introduces him to the housemates.
After a round of introduction, Rajat beings with his Adaalat session with Andy in the witness box. Rajat asks Andy the reason for turning into a serious guy from being a funny guy initially. Andy explains Rajat that his humor has been misunderstood in the past and hence decided to hold back his humorous self. Next one to go face Rajat’s interrogation is Sangram gets grilled for being a diplomatic and double-faced person.
Further, Armaan is questioned for his temper and his frequent outbursts that has always been a concern for the housemates. While interrogating Tanisha, Rajat advices her to be an independent woman and fight for herself. Later when Gauahar is called in the witness box, she is questioned for being a teacher to everyone and for having an opinion about everything. Ajaz is the last one to face Rajat who even tries to mend his friendship with Gauahar.
Will Rajat further be successful in unmasking some harsh realities of the Bigg Boss contestants and reveal who is playing the biggest game?