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Salman Khan asks Karan Kundrra to not suppress his personality by running behind Tejasswi Prakash and Shamita Shetty

The Weekend Ka Vaar episode of Bigg Boss 15 on Saturday was full of surprises. The night was full of entertainment and startling twists and turns, with wildcard competitors Raqesh Bapat and Neha Bhasin joining the house to Salman Khan recreating memorable moments from his film ‘Maine Pyaar Kiya’ with Bhagyashree to Miesha Iyer being evicted. While everyone was having a good time, host Salman used the opportunity to show the contestants the mirror by asking questions from the audience.

The majority of the queries were aimed at Vishal Kotian and Karan Kundrra. One of Karan’s followers said that in the first two weeks, he was more focused and confident, but now he appears to be lost and has fizzled out. He just keeps rushing behind Tejasswi Prakash and Shamita Shetty and saying ‘sorry’ to them, according to the viewer. Salman Khan agreed with him and urged him to explain himself. Karan stated that he has realised these facts and has spoken with Tejasswi Prakash about it.

He went on to say that he used to go to Shamita Shetty for counsel, but that after speaking with Tejasswi, he felt like she understood him better, and that he now goes to Tejasswi for clarification on things and circumstances.

When Salman Khan heard this, he said he couldn’t keep going towards one person. He told Karan Kundrra that when he first entered the Bigg Boss 15 house, he had a different demeanour, a winning quality, and that he is now repressing that.

The superstar also warned Karan Kundrra that he has a large fan following who expects a lot from him, and that he must not let them down. Salman went on to tell him that he only has 10 weeks to be in the house and that this is the time for him to prove himself. Salman Khan said Karan Kundrra, “Viewers should enjoy seeing you in the Bigg Boss house for these four months.”

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