Bigg Boss 13: Paras Gets Stuck Between Devoleena and Shehnaaz

All the action from Tuesday’s episode.

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Devoleena Bhattacharjee on <i>Bigg Boss 13</i>.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee was the center of drama on Tuesday’s episode of Salman Khan’s reality show Bigg Boss 13.

First she broke into tears when Sidharth Shukla confronted her about not supporting him in the power card task and batting for Rashami Desai instead. Devoleena was shocked and they got into a heated argument. Later, Aarti helped the two patch things up and they had a talk in the washroom where Devoleena explained her decision. It ended with Sidharth giving Devoleena a hug.

Later, during the Toy Factory task, Devoleena and Shehnaaz were in opposite teams and their fierce competition reared its ugly head. But it was Paras Chhabra who got caught in the crossfire. The task would reward one girl from the winning team with the title of Queen of the house but more importantly they would get a direct ticket to the fast-approaching mid-season finale. Clearly, no one wanted to miss the chance.

Devoleena told Paras not to talk to Shehnaaz anymore since she was in the competing and threatened to give him ‘black rings.’ Shehnaaz saw this and got angry. The two women got into a yelling match and called each other names.

Elsewhere in the episode, Rashami and Asim Riyak got into a fight over rotis. Shehnaz complained to Sidharth how they are just getting one roti to eat. Rashami, who was on kitchen duty, stated that it's quite filling so she thought it would be enough. Asim attacked her saying that she is not doing them a favour and that she cooks with negative energy. The fight kept escalating from there

The Toy Factory task will continue on Wednesday night’s episode of Bigg Boss 13.

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