Disclaimer: I am an ardent Splitsvilla watcher and lover.
Let’s just go ahead and say it – Bigg Boss is Splitsvilla for adults. Between Suyyash Rai, Prince Narula and Rishabh Sinha, Bigg Boss 9 can easily host a spin-off Splitsvilla series. And since Rishabh has entered the house, it’s got more Splitsvilla-esque than ever. I’m at no point commenting about whether one is better than other – I’m just saying.
Day 24 of the Bigg Boss 9 house was particularly hard to watch – from degrading tasks to Ali Quli Mirza confessing to stalking Rimi Sen in real life, we’d really seen it all. But what I couldn’t get over were the fights between Prince and Suyyash – all redundant, all a little too long, all fit for Splitsvilla.
I just feel you can’t be using phrases like “Game On” after a certain age. Watch the fight here.
Rishabh was wearing a hoodie over his mike and Prince as captain kept telling him to not do that, but Rishabh wasn’t listening, so things escalated really quickly and there was a random war of words between the two. Yawn.
How do you say “murga hai tu” multiple times this seriously? Genuine question. #BB9
— Team MissMalini (@TeamMissMalini) November 4, 2015
— Resham Beri (@reshamberi) November 4, 2015
-Prince to Rishabh: Tu Murga Hai
– Rishabh to Prince: Tu Nakli Hai
So I understand Prince’s intentions were well meaning, but if you keep saying “ladke se jeetke dikhata” to Rishabh, all it is implying is that you don’t think women are good/strong enough to compete with. And if you guys watch Splitsvilla you know that saving a “woman’s honour” is everyone’s go-to during an argument.
The last fight between them was really an echo. Prince kept telling Rishabh to move his hand, and Rishabh kept telling Prince to back off. Yawn.