Bigg Boss Marathi is in its fourth episode and things have already started heating up between the contestants. The show known for its innumerable controversies is having its fair share of them already. The show kicked off on Sunday evening with Mahesh Manjrekar as the host for the first season. In the premiere episode, Mahesh introduced the audience to the 15 contestants and we saw a combination of comedians, televisions stars, struggling and upcoming actors and also a few well-known faces from the Marathi industry. The show has started to get interesting especially with the week inching to an end and consequently to its first round of eliminations. Also Read - Man Watches Bigg Boss & Avatar To Keep Himself Awake While Doctors Perform Brain Surgery on Him | Watch
Well, today’s episode is going to be interesting as Sai Lokur will be seen asking Pushkar Jog to be his support since people have already started forming groups. and he will be seen assuring her that he will be there to hear her out. Aastad Kale, on the other hand will be seen lashing out at the entire team over the first task where they had to perform a yagna. He said that, “We claim that we are a family and Marathi bigg boss is better than Hindi Bigg Boss but I don’t see it happening. No one seems to care about each other over here and when a few people were performing the task that went on overnight, no one cared to even come and ask if we were okay or needed anything or say good morning at least.” Also Read - Rhea Chakraborty in Bigg Boss: TV Actor Says Her Entry in House Can Clear Confusion About SSR
While this is being discussed, Megha Dhade, who is usually perceived as a carefree and bindass persona will be seen breaking down today. All this will be seen happening while Anil Thatte will continue targeting captain Vinit Bonde and influencing everyone to go against him. So are you excited for tonight’s show? Let us know in the comments’ section below. Also Read - Bigg Boss 14: Paras Chhabra Comments on Pavitra Punia's Chemistry With Eijaz Khan, Says 'I Pray For Eijaz Bhai'