Upen is Back With a Bang

There is news that Upen Patel is given the chance to enter the house to finish his unfinished tasks. It is also heard that Upen Patel is going to propose Karishma.

Published: 13th January 2015 02:51 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th January 2015 02:53 PM   |  A+A-

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In the glass walled house of Big Boss Halla Bol, Upen Patel who was evicted on the 14 week is back again.

After the sudden eviction of Azaz Khan, for being involved in physical violence against Ali Quli Mirza, here is another twist in the show.

As the show has been extended from the initial time length, where five challengers entered the house to challenge 5 Champions. Also the host of the show Salman Khan had to leave due to date problems and Farah Khan is taking over, the audiences are witnessing some major twists.

Rahul Mahajan, who has entered the house as a challenger is seen to be flirting with one of the Champion, Karishma Tanna and making his ex-wife Dimpy Mahajan, another Champion upset.

The show is somehow dragging itself, moreover small fights and controversies here and there are not helping much. There is news that Upen Patel is given the chance to enter the house to finish his unfinished tasks. It is also heard that Upen Patel is going to propose Karishma by saying that he would like to put a ring in her finger as soon as they leave the house.

Karishma on the other hand gave mixed reactions to Upen and snapped at Rahul Mahajan for flirting with him every now and then. She was often heard that she has a boyfriend and she is going to marry him soon.

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