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Bigg Boss 10: Monalisa kisses Manu; will they become ‘a thing’ in the house?

The high octane TV reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ is currently in its third week. Looks like after many disagreements and ugly fights, the house will soon be brewing romance. As it happens, celebrity contestant Monalisa

India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: November 01, 2016 22:17 IST ]
Monalisa kisses Manu; will they become ‘a thing’ in the
Monalisa kisses Manu; will they become ‘a thing’ in the house?

The high octane TV reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ is currently in its third week. Looks like after many disagreements and ugly fights, the house will soon be brewing romance. As it happens, celebrity contestant Monalisa has developed a liking for Indiawaala Manoj Manu Punjabi.

In the upcoming episode, Monalisa will be seen kissing Manu on his cheeks, in front of the camera and inmates.

Earlier, the two were spotted spending a lot of time together, something which celebrity contestants did not approve of. The celebrity contestants earlier were under the impression that Monalisa may be a little naive to Manu’s flirting. However, when later she seemed fine with it, the celebrities chose not to interfere.

In fact, in the Weekend Ka Vaar hosted by superstar Salman Khan, Monalisa admitted to sharing an equation with Manu.

Now this closeness hints that something more might be cooking between the inmates.

However, it should not be forgotten that Manu is already engaged. Reportedly, his fiancée is a girl named Priya Saini and she even accompanied him till he entered the house.

Now, we wonder what would be the consequences of this growing proximity between Manu and Monalisa.

The third week of the reality show started on a complicated note. Bigg Boss asked inmates to nominate members from their own team for eviction which led to cracks.

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