Bigg Boss Telugu Season 2: Episode 33 Highlights

Bigg Boss Telugu Season 2: Episode 33 Highlights
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Bigg Boss 2 Telugu Another interesting episode recorded on Bigg Boss on 32nd day The task between the Good team and the Bad team continued in the house

Another interesting episode recorded on Bigg Boss on 32nd day. The task between the Good team and the Bad team continued in the house.

Both the teams are trying to protect the apples and someone to the Jail. In the task, there's been a big argument between Bhanu and Kaushal first. Later, Tanish and Roll tried to send Tejaswi to jail and it failed. The bad team tried to put Deepthi in jail and it also failed. At a point, Deepthi and Bhanu also argued with one another.

The big fight that took place between Kaushal and Bhanu turned out interesting. Kaushal tried to grab the apples from Bhanu and she made an allegation that he touched her chest. Kaushal made it clear that he tried to grab the apples that are visible to him but Bhanu made serious allegations about Kaushal's character. Tejaswi also joined Bhanu and tried to insult Kaushal. But, Kaushal said that he wantedly did not do anything and even apologized if he touched her. But, Bhanu and Tejaswi went overboard.

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Geetha Madhuri came to the rescue of Kaushal saying that Kaushal did not do anything wrong and told that she is the witness for everything that happened. Geetha Madhuri has given a clear clarification to the camera about the entire incident. The bad team went against Geetha Madhuri for opening up in favor of Kaushal, but Geetha made her stand clear.

The task ended where the Good team grabbed two points, but the Bad team scored zero points. After the completion of the task, Bigg Boss asked Kaushal to send the worst performer in the game to jail. Kaushal sent Bhanu Sri to jail.

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