In the latest episode of Bigg Boss 17, Salman Khan made a powerful return to the Weekend Ka Vaar. He bought his signature blend of humour, insight, and candid observations. Contestants in the episode exposed those perceived as puppeteers and their willing puppets through a challenging task. Munawar Faruqui and Vicky Jain emerged as the primary targets. Apart from them, Sana Raees Khan found herself labelled as the most significant puppet.

Salman Khan At Weekend Ka Vaar

Tensions escalated when Abhishek Kumar accused Arun Mashettey and Tehelka of being overly influenced by Vicky Jain’s opinions. The dynamics within the house shifted as accusations and revelations unfolded, leading to a charged atmosphere.

A heated confrontation took centre stage between Sana Khan and Jigna Vora. Sana is perceived as Jigna’s passive-aggressive behaviour. Sana openly voiced her concerns about the two drifting apart, accusing Jigna of playing a calculated and safe game.

Ankita Lokhande And Manara Chopra’s Fight

As Salman Khan stepped into the house, he wasted no time getting to the heart of the matter. Munawar Faruqui and Vicky Jain became the targets of Salman’s witty remarks, as he mockingly portrayed them as self-proclaimed masterminds of the game. Salman also managed to extract a revelation from Vicky, involving holding another housemate’s hands despite his wife Ankita Lokhande’s presence.


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The episode took an emotional turn as Salman exposed dual personalities within the house, singling out Mannara Chopra and Abhishek Kumar. An intense face-off ensued between Ankita Lokhande and Mannara Chopra, with Mannara firmly rejecting any prospects of bonding with Ankita, leaving the latter emotionally shattered.

To add excitement, Salman Khan revealed that he would be joined by Sunny Leone in the upcoming week, promising more surprises and twists in the Bigg Boss 17 journey. The episode left viewers eagerly anticipating the unfolding drama and revelations in the days to come.