Bigg Boss 8 Becomes a Game of Thrones, With Dimpy vs Ali

  | December 12, 2014 16:42 IST (New Delhi)
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Ali Quli Mirza and Dimpy Mahajan in a still from Bigg Boss 8.

Dimpy gives stiff competition to Ali in the new captaincy task

Internal "affairs" have changed inside the Bigg Boss house after the grand party on December 10 and so have the temperaments and characteristics of the contestants.
Dimpy Mahajan, in particular, seems to have taken the advice she was given by Bigg Boss alumn at the party to have a strong footing in the game. So much so, that she gives Ali Quli Mirza stiff competition while competing for next week's captaincy.
Dimpy and Ali have to sit on a throne one at a time, each having to convince the other to vacate it.

Dimpy tries her best to convince Ali to vacate the throne for her, but to no avail. Ali is adamant that he wants to become the captain for the third time and therefore does not oblige.
Dimpy threatens to pour mirchi water on him. Ali then stands on the throne to protect himself, without budging from his stand. However, Dimpy decides that he technically ceded the throne by getting up and occupies it herself. Ali then puts up a good fight, refusing to be ousted by Dimpy.

Dimpy's shrewd tactics don't find favour with other housemates, who believe that Dimpy did not play fair.
Meanwhile, the outgoing captain Karishma Tanna is caught in a lie, which makes her the topic of discussion yet again.

Bigg Boss asks Karishma to grade the contestants on the basis of their performance in the party task. Karishma, however, is not entirely truthful with the housemates about the result, which are then announced by Bigg Boss.

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