The Khatra Khatra Show: Shamita Shetty, Pratik Sehajpal and Nishant Bhat play a unique game with toilet paper; watch

    The Khatra Khatra Show: Shamita Shetty, Pratik Sehajpal and Nishant Bhat play a unique game with toilet paper; watch

    Bigg Boss 14 BFFs Shamita Shetty, Pratik Sehajpal and Nishant Bhat have joined forces once again. This time they are participating together on The Khatra Khatra Show.

    The Khatra Khatra Show: Shamita Shetty, Pratik Sehajpal and Nishant Bhat play a unique game with toilet paper; watch

    When celebrities enter the Bigg Boss house, they make memories for life. But only a few are lucky enough to find friends for life in this controversial reality show. In the last season, we saw one such special bond blossom between Shamita Shetty, Pratik Sehajpal and Nishant Bhat. After winning hearts in Bigg Boss OTT, the three entered Salman Khan’s show for the 15th season. Their friendship grew stronger as the weeks passed and they continued to be buddies even after coming out of the BB house.

    Currently the three are having a gala time participating together in Haarsh Limbachiyaa and Bharti Singh’s popular game show, The Khatra Khatra Show. According to a promo of tonight’s episode shared by Shamita, the three will indulge in a unique game played with toiler paper rolls. A pot will be attached to one of them while the other two will attempt to throw toiler paper rolls into it from a distance. Later Shamita will also put a balloon in her t-shirt while Bharti calls her ‘Pregnant Shamita’.

    Every time Shamita, Nishant and Pratik come together it’s a treat for the audiences! The three had their fair share of misunderstandings inside the controversial reality show, like the time Shamita and Nishant fought or when the latter and Pratik decided to part ways momentarily. But in the end they always came back to one another and proved to be each other’s strength. Now that’s called friendship!

    Updated: May 11, 2022 05:05 PM IST
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