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Monday, December 11 2023

‘MTV Roadies’: Contestants to have fun before vote

The vote-out in 'MTV Roadies' is about to begin and even as tensions rise and passions run high, there is a sense of fun and joy among the Gang members, with the Leaders also encouraging them to let go just for a moment.
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Mumbai: As the vote-out stage approaches in ‘MTV Roadies,’ the atmosphere is charged with tension and high emotions. Amidst this, a spirit of amusement and delight pervades the Gang members, with the Leaders themselves encouraging them to briefly unwind.

Gang Leaders Rhea Chakraborty and Prince Narula share playful interactions with their respective teams. Gautam Gulati also joins in the laughter, adding to the lightheartedness before the countdown for the vote-out begins.

The light-hearted interactions between the contestants and Leaders indicate that even amidst immense pressure and nervousness, their sense of humour remains intact, and they’re more than willing to engage in some playful moments.

Meanwhile, the situation takes an intense turn as Pihu and Bhoomika engage in a fierce argument once again. This time, Pihu displays her frustration by gesturing rudely and raising her voice. Fortunately, the situation doesn’t escalate into a physical confrontation.

Additionally, Digvijay and Vishu become involved in a verbal disagreement, though it appears one-sided as Digvijay manages to keep his composure while Vishu continues shouting.

Subsequently, Digvijay chooses to ignore Vishu’s provocations, which frustrates Vishu, seemingly provoking him toward physical confrontation.

In a timely intervention, Prince steps in to diffuse the escalating tension. He advises Vishu to apologize to Digvijay, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a respectful attitude and avoiding further escalation. However, Vishu remains resistant to reason.

Similarly, Prince addresses Bhoomika and Priyanka, urging them to apologize to Pihu for their collective behaviour following last week’s incident. Although they remain unyielding, Pihu appears unfazed by their stance.

‘MTV Roadies: Karm Ya Kaand’ is currently being broadcast on MTV and JioCinema.


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