Bigg Boss 11: Not Bandgi Kalra, THIS contestant becomes the new captain of house

Updated On : 10 Nov , 2017 , 01:05 PM
Bigg Boss 11: Not Bandgi Kalra, THIS contestant becomes the new captain of house
Bigg Boss 11: Not Bandgi Kalra, THIS contestant becomes the new captain of house
New Delhi:

Bigg Boss 11, which is in its sixth week, has reached an interesting phase where each day is coming up with an interesting. The reality show is getting way too gripping as now the contestants are showing up their true colors. A similar thing happened during the recent captaincy task.

Notably, the latest captaincy task had a direct competition between Bandgi Kalra, Akash Dadlani and Sabyasachi Satyapathy.

While every contestant made its best efforts to win the task, it is Sabyasachi who has emerged as the winner to become the next captain of the BB house.

As per a report published in Business Of Cinema, “For the task, housemates were given eggs. All the three contenders had their respective nest. Housemates had to choose their favourite contender out of the three and had to put the eggs in their nest.Housemates were supposed to keep eggs in the nest of the contestant they support. Well, housemates left no stone unturned to support their favourite contender. They started using their personal eggs from the luxury budget as well.contestants can break and steal the eggs from the nest of the contender that they do not want to be the captain of the house. Nonetheless, we finally have the new captain of the house and it’s none other than Sabyasachi Satpathy.”


Interestingly, Sabyasachi has been one of the nominated contestants for teh upcoming eliminations this week.

However, with him becoming the new captain of the house, he has managed to escape the eliminations now.

We wonder if Sabyasachi, who is known for his inactiveness in the house, will manage to create an impressive image with his captaincy in Bigg Boss 11.

First Published : Friday, November 10, 2017 12:53 PM
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