After ripping some of the "Bigg Boss 8" contestants apart for not taking a stand for Sonali Raut, Salman Khan welcomed an ex-housemate from last year – Gauhar Khan – on "Weekend ka Vaar".
Gauhar, who replaced Bigg Boss for a day, gave amusing tasks to the housemates. While Ali Quli Mirza and Sushant Divgikar were asked to hop in to the swimming pool to check if it was clean, Gautam Gulati was asked to confess a bad and a good quality of Diandra Soares.
Salman also invited TV star Sargun Mehta to give the inmates an idea of what viewers think of them. Minissha Lamba, who was criticised by both Mehta and Gauhar, drew maximum flak for being uptight and calling herself "classy". She was also asked not make a big deal of sleeping on the floor since a majority of India's population does so. Interestingly, Gulati was praised by Mehta and called him a great entertainer.
Natasha Stankovic, who has been wanting to be evicted ever since the first task, was finally evicted. Since the makers of the show were celebrating Diwali this weekend, Salman paid a surprise visit to the house and played truth-dare with the contestants.
Divgikar, who opted for dare, was asked to lift Puneet Issar in his arms and to everyone's surprise he was able to complete his dare. Issar and Tanna, who wanted to speak the truth were asked controversial questions.
While Issar was asked who he thought would not get in touch with him after the show gets over, Tanna had to pick a contestant she would not want as a captain of the house. Issar, without any hesitations, said Lamba has an 'I, me and myself' theory working for her and so she wouldn't want to keep in touch with anyone. Tanna, on the other hand, confessed she wouldn't want Mirza as the captain again since he has been very nosy and doesn't know where to draw the line.