BANGALORE: The second inning of Bigg Boss Kannada Season 8 has recently started again and the latest weekend episode is definitely an interesting one. The host of the show, actor Kicha Sudeep, played a prank on Prasanth Sambargi. The show has been hold since May 8 due to a nationwide ban on film and television shootings. The team recently started shooting again with the same rivals, and the show aired recently.
Bigg Boss Kannada is all about mind games and physical activity. This time, Kiccha, the host of the show, planned to play a mind game. He told the audience that there was no exit week at the beginning of the episode. But he also told them that he was ready to play a prank on Prasanth Sambargi. Competitors were not initially informed of this. During the expulsion section, Kiccha announced the names of the rescued contestants, and Prasanth was announced to be eviction. All the fellow contestants said an emotional goodbye to Prasanth Sambargi.
After Prasanth left the classhouse, Sudeep told the contestants at home that there was no eviction this week. When all the contestants were taken away in surprise, he informed them that Prasanth was pretending to be invisible and to avoid contacting him as soon as he entered the glass house.
Prasanth, on the other hand, was unaware of all this and was standing near the exit door. While waiting for the door to open, he received a letter stating that there was no eviction this week.
When he entered the house again with excitement, he was shocked to find that his housemates did not contact him. Kiccha’s prank worked well and was well received for the weekend episode.
The Bigg Boss Season 8-second innings premiered on June 23 and the show featured first innings contestants Divya Uruduga, Divya Suresh, Vaishnavi Gowda, Shubha Poonja, Raghu Gowda, Shamath Gowda, Nidhi Subbaiah, Priyanka, Arvind KP, Chakravarthy Chandrachud, Manju Pavagada, and Prashanth Sambargi.
In addition to them, some reports suggest that you will also see a few wild card entries on the show. Shooting was hold as the second wave of COVID-19 spread across the country. But now, the government has allowed the shooting with guidelines and protocols.