Bigg Boss 7: Armaan Beats Up Apurva, Shilpa Furious

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MUMBAI: Things are really spicing up in the ‘Bigg Boss’ house! The popular daily reality TV show, in which celebrities are locked up in the house for months on end, seems to be getting more intense as the days progress.

Up until now, things were relatively quiet in the ‘Bigg Boss’ house, with only a few stray spats occurring now and again.

The major players in the previous altercations were Armaan Kohli, Kushal Tandon and VJ Andy Kumar. But yesterday saw things go out of control, quite literally, with several other housemates jumping in the fray!

Looks like the channel, Colors, is aiming to avoid all the heat it had faced for alleged objectionable content (READ FULL STORY HERE).

The romance in the show was allegedly getting too hot to handle, so the makers must have decided to distract from that, by allocating the housemates with a luxury budget task.

However, this backfired and how!

The task in question was to make the inmates of Hell enter Heaven and plant their flags to claim the relevant areas of the house. But this seemingly simple task led to quite a few fisticuffs and a volley of swear words been flung back and forth.

Kushal Tandon and Sangram Singh got entangled in a mini fistfight with Heaven mates Armaan Kohli and Asif Azim. Soon after that, Apurva Agnihotri entered Heaven to try his luck, but ended up being nearly flung into the pool by Armaan and Asif.

This led to his wife Shilpa getting enraged, and spouting cuss words towards the latter for “manhandling” her husband.

The women too were not one to back down. Shilpa allegedly was aggressive towards Pratyusha and model-actress Elli Avram when she tried her luck. This promptly led to Tanisha Mukherjee jumping down her throat, crying foul play.

Even Andy was accused of being rough towards the female Heaven angels, when he tried to steal their medal and plant Hell’s medal in its place.

All the while, Gauhar Khan tried to maintain peace as she was the Captain, and was directed to ensure the game goes on in a fair manner.