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Bigg Boss 15: Sara Ali Khan calls Karran Kundra ‘weakest player’ in the house

Sara Ali Khan visited the Bigg Boss house this Sunday’s Weekend ka Vaar episode with Salman Khan. The actress who was present at the show to promote her upcoming film Atrangi Re called Karan Kundrra the ‘weakest player’ in the house. In the same episode, Salman Khan can be seen scolding Karan for being violent inside the house.

In a promotional video posted by the makers of the show, Sara Ali Khan can be seen entering the house
holding a camera on a selfie stick and announcing, “Namaste darshako and namaste ghrihwasis. Jaisa ki aap dekh sakte hain, Sara aa gayi hai Bigg Boss ke pe aur Sara ke peeche aa gaye hain saare log (Greetings, contestants and audiences. As you can see, Sara is inside the Bigg Boss house and everyone is behind her).”

The actress also conducted a few tasks in the house.

One of these required people to choose between two co-contestants to answer questions. Participants were instructed to pull a lever, which would result in a cake smashing in the face of the individual they chose. Karan Kundrra had to pick between Tejasswi Prakash and Umar Riaz for the task. Sara asked of Karan, “Kise finale me nahi dekhte (Whom do you not see in the finale)?” He chose Tejasswi.

Sara Ali Khan then asked who was a weak player and Karan chose both of them. Sara was quick to respond with, “What a safe player you are! Sabse kamzor to aap ho, aapo apna muh maar do isme (You are the weakest player, you should smash the cake on your face).”

. She also said, “Kabhi kabhaar inki reasoning mujhe samajh me nahi aati hai (I do not understand his reasoning at times).”

Shamita Shetty or Rajiv Adatia were also asked to suggest someone who isn’t a competition for Rakhi Sawant. Rajiv Adatia was her pick. Shamita Shetty has also been called ‘dedh shana (over smart)’ by Rakhi. Shamita Shetty chose Nishant Bhat over Pratik Sehajpal as the unfair player on her turn.

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