The upcoming episode of Bigg Boss 17 will see a major fight between Arun Srikanth Mashettey and Anurag Dobhal
Even though the festival of Diwali stands for peace and harmony, the atmosphere inside the ongoing season of Bigg Boss 17 is exactly the opposite. With each passing day, the noise decibel in the house… there is no sign of it being reduced. The latest to join the ‘noise-wagon’ is none other than Arun Srikanth Mashettey and Anurag Dobhal.
In a latest promo of the episode as released by the channel’s social media, it’s been shown that Arun Srikanth Mashettey getting into a fight with Anurag Dobhal. In the fight it has been seen that, Arun Srikanth Mashettey telling something about Anurag. Hearing which, Anurag gets extremely angry. No just that, Anurag lands up pushing Arun Srikanth Mashettey and says that, he will take out the attitude from Arun.
Hearing all this, an extremely calm and composed Arun Srikanth Mashettey says that, Anurag Dobhal is a ‘anari’. After he hears that, Anurag Dobhal loses his cool and lands up breaking up a saucer. Seeing the commotion only getting furthermore agitated, Munawar Faruqui arrives at the nick of time and stops Anurag Dobhal charging on Arun Srikanth Mashettey. Then, all the contestants are seen sitting in the living area as Bigg Boss talks to each one of them jointly.
But, Bigg Boss does not have any good news to tell them. Rather, seeing all the commotion that had taken place, Bigg Boss lands up making a string announcement that, kitchen will remain closed! Hearing the punishment that is meted to the contestants because of the mistake of Arun Srikanth Mashettey and Anurag Dobhal, Vicky Jain, too, loses his cool. What happens next is what remains to be seen.
As for all those who missed seeing the Salman Khan hosted ‘Weekend Kaa Waar’, there was no eviction that had taken place on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. And, as a special guest, it was the stunning Katrina kaif who had come to grace the show and promote her just released film ‘Tiger 3’, which has Salman Khan playing the titular role.