- The contestants lost the luxury budget task
- Hina Khan and others broke the task's rules
- The prize money became zero
Bigg Boss gave 'Mission Bigg Boss 11' task, which is a combined task for luxury budget, captaincy and also to keep the winning money intact. In the task, the gharwale had to be seated in an artificial space craft built in the garden area till instructed. A siren would go off at regular intervals and contestants could choose to leave the rocket if they want. But, as always, there was twist. Before the task began, envelops with each with contestants' names were kept on a table in the garden area.
Each envelope had an amount assigned to the concerned contestant. The contestant, who disembarked the rocket had to open his envelope to find out how much is actually being deducted from the total prize money of Rs. 50,000 lakhs. Puneesh Sharma, the captain of the house, was in charge of 'Mission Bigg Boss 11.'
Sabhyasachi Sathpathy was the first to leave the rocket and hence Rs. 70,000 got deducted from the prize money.
Team Hina and Team Arshi Khan decided to insult each other even in the task. Later, Bandgi got down from the rocket with prize money of Rs. 1,75,000.
The sanchalak of the house, Puneesh was distracted by Bandgi and was seen getting intimate with her. Arshi was the next to get down with Rs. 3,10,000 while Shilpa Shinde's envelope had a big amount with Rs 8,00,000.
Bigg Boss declared that the gharwale failed in the task because Puneesh went to sleep during the task and the contestants got down and cheated. Adding to this, he revealed that the prize money was zero.
Three contestants to compete for the captaincy were Sabhyasachi, Bandgi and Akash. Hina Khan broke into tears blamed herself for losing the task.
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