Today’s episode of Salman Khan hosted ‘Weekend Ka Vaar’ saw the host not just schooling Vicky Jain and Munawar Faruqui, but also trying his best to help Ankita Lokhande!
The day starts off with a human puppet show, wherein the contestants are told to name the contestants who is a puppet and at whose hands. This is followed by Salman Khan speaking to Vicky Jain and Munawar Faruqui about the stupid effects of planning, which is only looking extremely selfish. He compares the two to the politicians who only speak and show their faces when the election is near and then vanish once they win the election or the elections are over.
This is followed by Salman Khan talking to Anurag Dobhal only to remind him that it was extremely wrong on his part to have said that he earns because of his fans (‘Brosena’ to be precise). And when Anurag tries to defend himself by saying that he did not say anything of that sort, Salman Khan loses his cool and tells Munawar Faruqui to recall the conversation that he had with Anurag Dobhal. And, when Anurag Dobhal tries to defend himself, Salman Khan shuts him up and says that he does not wish to talk to him.
Salman Khan, then, trains his guns towards Vicky Jain and Munawar Faruqui and starts schooling the two based on their ‘strategic planning and plotting’ that they were doing to keep themselves safe in the game and use other contestants as chess pawns. Then, Salman Khan tells Mannara Chopra stating that she needs Munawar Faruqui for everything, right from fights till friendship till companionship till sharing any thoughts.
Not the one to leave Vicky Jain and Munawar Faruqui go unheeded, Salman Khan tells them that no one is interested in knowing their planning and plotting. Amidst this conversation, Salman Khan also drops a cryptic clue before Ankita Lokhande hinting at Vicky Jain and Sana Raees Khan’s ‘friendship’. And when Ankita Lokhande fails to understand the clues, Salman Khan even sings a song from his film ‘Aankhon ki gustaakhiyaan…maaf ho’, which he tweaked as ‘Haathon ki gustaakhiyaan…maaf ho’!
The episode also saw the special guest appearance of the ace cricketer Muttiah Muralitharan, who had come to promote his upcoming film ‘800’, which will be releasing on Jio Cinema.