The April 7 episode of Bigg Boss Kannada 8 starts with the extension of the captaincy competitor job. For the unversed, your home is presently divided into 4 groups and each participant needs to determine who may be the ‘representative’ in the job.
Soon, Bigg Boss supplies the housemates with a chance to make some money for the video game. The job requires 4 participants passing a ball through the different barrier in the specified quantity of time. Aravind KP, Divya Suresh and Divya Uruduga carry out well while Prashanth Sambargi has a hard time to with his parts. This makes the other 3 participants calling him the representative as they lost the job.
This is followed by Bigg Boss supplying another job where Shubha Poonja, Aravind, Vaishnavi Gowda and Vishwanath Haveri need to gathered products whilst being connected to one another. The participants name Vishwanath as the representative after the video game on account of his less than outstanding efficiency.
Later, Bigg Boss calls Shubha in the confession space and supplies her with a plate of chicken. She requires to keep it with herself till the next buzzer and can not consume or it put down. She will need to pass the plate on to the next participant and on finishing the over night job effectively, the housemates will get to consume chicken tomorrow.
Chandrachud and Prashanth together with a couple of other participants are seen enjoying in the pool location. Divya Suresh asks them to decrease their voice. This does not go down with Prashanth and he reprimands captain Manju for not stopping her from making the remark. A livid Prashanth calls Divya Manju’s sweetheart and this leads to a substantial argument. Prashanth likewise blasts Manju for calling him ‘maava’ in spite of him not liking it. Quickly, everybody steps in and attempt relaxing down the run-in.
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