Bigg Boss 14 promo: Nikki Tamboli risks losing ‘confirmed’ status, Jaan Kumar Sanu says she has lost her ‘values’ – tv

In last week’s Weekend Ka War episode, Nikki Tamboli became the first contestant in Bigg Boss 14 to graduate from ‘To Be Confirmed’ to ‘Confirmed’ status. However, a new promo shared by Colors suggests her ‘confirmed’ status may be in danger.

The video begins with announcing that other contestants will decide whether Bigg Boss Nikki will retain her confirmed status. Jasmine Bhasin was not in favor of it and she said, “I don’t think you deserve to be seen. Aap Rose Apni Personality Change Aapke asli rung bohot hi hus hi. Aapki juban gandi hai (You change your personality every day. Your true colors are so bad. The way you speak is bad). Jasmine feels that Nikki has misused her privilege.

Even John Kumar Sanu, who shares a close friendship with Nikki, does not support her. He said to her, “Jab Op Confirmed Contestant Ban Gay, Aap Mae Eek Ahankar Aa Gaya (After you become a Confirmed Contestant, you are arrogant). “Apne apne roots, apne friends aper apne values ​​kho kho diya (you have lost your roots, friends and values),” he says.

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Nishant Singh Malkhani tells Nikki that she is superior to other competitors and says ‘baseless’ things. He advises her to become more ‘human’.

Jasmine says that her actions in Bigg Boss give a glimpse of the personality of the contestants, and whenever Nikki performs, she presents herself as ‘ugly’, which includes abusing people. Nikki responds by calling Jasmine ‘very stupid’.

At one point, Nikki asks John if he wants to change his personality, to which he replies, “I want you to be yourself!” Nikki later appears to be having an argument with Nishant. “I lost my humanity,” he says, “don’t scream at me!” He walks away as she tells him he is doing so that he cannot face the truth. She tells him that if he was really his friend, he would initially tell her what she was doing wrong.