Mouni tells Salman that in her dream she saw Swami Om, who told her that that if she enacts a scene from her TV show with the 'greatest hero' then her career will know no bounds. Salman Khan, unable to stop laughing, cooperates with Mouni and asks her what he has to do. Mouni first makes him act like a villain who wants to steal the Nag Mani from her and Salman, taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's currency ban move, asks her if Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes will do?
But it is Salman and Mouni's naagin dance which will surely steal the show:
Meanwhile, Salman Khan also rebukes Swami Om's misogynistic comments towards housemates Monalisa and Nitibha Kaul. In this Weekend Ka Vaar episode Swami Om is on the khalnayak chair, which means he will confront Salman, who will point out his mistakes and misbehavior throughout the week. Salman asked Swami Om, who gives him the right to judge women based on their choice of clothes or who they speak to or not. "Women are not at fault here. If you think like this then you will pollute the society," Salman said (in Hindi). "If you say things like this about someone's daughter then you will get beaten up. I was shocked," he added, while the housemates applauded. But the drama doesn't end here, Swami Om in a ditch attempt to defend himself, said, "Look at how they've abused me. They've only insulted me so far in the show. Have I come to the show for this reason?" And he breaks down.
The contestants currently occupying the Bigg Boss house are 12 in number, divided into two teams. Team Celebs is made up of Rohan Mehra, Rahul Dev, Lopamudra Raut, VJ Bani, Karan Mehra, Monalisa (real name Antara Biswas) and Gaurav Chopra. Team Indiawale are Swami Om, Nitibha Kaul, Lokesh Kumari Sharma, Manu Punjabi and Manveer Gurjar.