Bigg Boss 15: Neha and Pratik Sehajpal get schooled by Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss 15 OTT contestants have often been at the receiving end of anger for breaking the house rules. In the most recent episode, Pratik Sehajpal and Neha Bhasin did something similar by breaking one of the Bigg Boss house’s most important rules.
While everyone was focused on the current activity, Neha and Pratik were seated on a bench in the garden area, having a talk. Instead of talking verbally, they wrote and made signs on each other’s hands.
Bigg Boss took notice of them breaking the important rule of clear verbal communication in the house. He then chastised them for breaching rules every now and then even after several reminders.
Bigg Boss made fun of Neha and Pratik for using gestures and whispering in the house, which is against the rules. ‘Hadh hoti hai niyam ulanghan ki (There is a limit to breaking rules),’ he taunted them for doing the same.
Pratik and Neha, who were embarrassed with the scolding they received, apologized to Bigg Boss and promised to never repeat the mistake ever again. They hung their heads in shame after getting rebuked.
The other housemates, however, were stunned by Bigg Boss’ reaction and sat in silence. Divya Agarwal, Shamita Shetty, and Moose Jattana talked about what happened and promised to follow the house rules in the future.
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