Salman Khan on 'Bigg Boss'
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Saturday night came to a close with "Bigg Boss 9" contestants having fun with "Airlift" actors Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur.

As part of a task, the boys of the house – Keith Sequeira, Prince Narula and Rishabh Sinha – were asked to run across an army boot camp setup installed at the yard to save the damsels – Priya Malik, Mandana Karimi and Rochelle Rao – in distress. While Narula emerged victorious, Sequeira was a close second and Sinha failed terribly.

While it was interesting to watch the men put in their all in the game, what really took the cake was an interesting trivia about Kumar and Imam Siddique. Sure they went to the same school, but the superstar revealed that Siddique was senior to him and joined him in the class only after flunking a few times.

The high point of the episode was, however, Karimi and Siddique's brief argument on the former's upcoming film "Kya Kool Hain Hum 3". Host Salman Khan appeared not too pleased with the way the conversation went on with the two, dismissing Siddiqui's comment that her film doesn't complement the Indian culture. The "Sultan" actor said there will always be audience for every genre.

Later, when asked how the film was doing, Khan said it was a disaster and that Karimi is in bit of a soup because of it. The sneak peak showed lead actors, Aftab Shivdasani and Tusshar Kapoor, entering the mad house to talk the Iranian beauty into leaving the house as she needs to be part of the promotional campaign.

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