December 12, 2016 7:46:24 pm
We cannot imagine Bigg Boss 10 without Swami Om. He is annoying, irritating but is also the gossip maker and trouble creator and this ultimately works well for the show. Maybe that is the reason why this commoner had the privilege to leave the house twice and again come back. Now, to top it all, Swami has been given the option of getting immune.
Yes, in Monday’s nomination special episode, Swami has been offered immunity. But there is a price to pay. And that price won’t just be paid by him, but the entire house. he will get immune in exchange of Rs. 10 lakhs, which will be deducted from the final amount of money. To take note, the immunity is not only for a week but two weeks consecutively, which ultimately brings him close to being one of the finalists.
— Bigg Boss (@BiggBoss) December 12, 2016
A few weeks back, the housemates had to bid for immunity by placing the highest and nearest bid to Rs. 25 lakhs. Nitibha Kaul, one of the commoner, won the immunity but her chosen amount was deducted from the prize money. The show was left with a winning amount of only Rs. 25.3 lakhs.
If we go by the latest video shared by the team of Bigg Boss, Swami Om for sure looks perplexed due to the new offer of Rs. 10 lakhs made to him. But the housemates, who are watching him through television in the house are wishing that this time he lets go of this opportunity and saves the winning amount. However, rumours are rife that Swami Om yet again irks the housemates by accepting the offer of staying immune for two weeks. If that happens then the housemates are fighting for only Rs. 15.3 lakhs, out of the total Rs. 50 lakhs that were in offer at the start of the season.
With Manoj Punjabi returning to the show and Priyanka Jagga also staying strong in the game, it is to be seen if the game takes another major turn soon. But so many fights and daily dose of arguments, and all for only a meagre amount? Ouch, that hurts to know.
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