Bigg Boss Big Night started with reporters reporting at 9:00
PM from different metropolitan cities.
At first, two jodis (couples) were introduced who were present at Bigg Boss Out-house namely, Surbhi Rana & Kriti Verma, Mittal Joshi & Roshmi Banik.
It was for the first time in Bigg Boss history that on the opening episode a ‘Jodi’ was voted out based on voting by the audience. Due to this twist, the participants who were present in the Out House were given a task which leads to an argument as they had to defend themselves by blaming the other one to prove them weaker.
Salman entered with a mesmerizing dance performance on “Aah! Chalti Kya” & “Jeene Ke Hai Chhar Din.”
Bigg Band was introduced who was playing the music as & when required.
We had a confusion about participants so, Salman cleared it out by saying that not only ‘Jodis’ but also single members would be competing in this season.
Shilpa Shinde (Bigg Boss 11 winner), Manvir Gurjar (Bigg Boss 10 winner), Dibang (Senior Anchor, ABP News) & Shweta Singh (Executive Editor, Aaj Tak) were present as special guests.
The first participant, Karanvir Bohra entered with a heroic performance on ‘Palat’.
Two best friends, Shivashis Mishra & Sourav Patel entered as the first jodi.
Shivashis Mishra was given “Top Ki Salami”.
Deepika Kakkar Ibrahim came on stage with her ‘Mast Mast Do Nain’.
H.C Nirmal Singh & Advocate Romil Chaudhury had a ‘Dabang’ entry.
Nehha Pendse came with a mind-blowing entry.
Anup Jalota & Jasleen Matharu disclosed their relationship on this platform & entered the Bigg Boss house as a real-life couple.
Rubina Dilaik gave a sizzling performance with her best friend, Srishti Rode, to wish her good luck.
Two sisters, Saba Khan & Somi Khan’s entry with Somi Khan getting “Top Ki Salami”.
Deepak Thakur entered with his fan, also a student of his, Urvashi Vani.
Salman announced the ‘Jodi’ that was voted out by the Indian audience. Roshmi Banik & Kriti Verma entered the house, forming a new jodi.
The last participant, Sreesanth entered with a ‘Bahubali’ performance like a ‘Sultan’.