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Ieshaan Sehgaal and Miesha Iyer were admonished by Salman Khan not to show their growing intimacy on national television

Ieshaan Sehgaal and Miesha Iyer, Bigg Boss 15 contestants, have recently made news for their developing intimacy in the house. Inside the residence, both of them are frequently spotted getting cosy. Ieshaan and Miesha were even caught kissing in the live broadcast during one episode, oblivious to the cameras. Many people have been surprised by their growing intimacy in such a short period of time. In yesterday night’s episode of Weekend Ka Vaar, host Salman Khan forewarned them about the national television appearance.

Miesha and Ieshaan were asked by Salman to keep an eye on their growing romance and consider how it would appear on television. He further stated that, in his opinion, this is not coming over well on film. They would also be held accountable for their actions, according to the actor. Miesha and Ieshaan were also instructed by Salman to consider how they would appear if they were not together in the future. He went on to say that people should think about it from all angles and then take appropriate action. He declares, “Agar aap comfortable ho national television par then who are we to stop?”

Miesha was also chastised by Salman Khan for using foul language and failing to obey the Bigg Boss house rules. He chastised her for smoking in the house rather than in the designated ‘smoking room.’

“Aapki marzi hai aapko karna hai, lekin aise karo ki kisi ko pata na chale (It’s on you if you want to smoke or not, but you must do it in a way that nobody outside comes to know about it),” Salman said.

Miesha Iyer was later seen crying following Salman’s leaving, claiming that she is not like this in the outside world. Pratik Sehajpal and Ieshaan attempted to calm her down and explain where she had gone wrong.

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