Eijaz Khan Reveals His Past Financial Conditions In BiggBoss 14 , Had To Borrow 1.5 Lakhs From Friend

In the last night’s episode (November 3) of Bigg Boss 14, after the nomination task, the house is once again divided into green zone and red zone. Rubina Dilaik, Shardul Pandit, Naina Singh and Rahul Vaidya are nominated this week.

Eijaz And Shardul Talk

Shardul looks upset and captain Eijaz Khan comes to him for some pep-talk. Shardul says that he doesn’t want to leave the show like this. Shardul tells him that the mask was in his hand due to his survival instincts but he couldn’t snatch it away.

Eijaz said he should have because Naina is a seasoned reality show person and she knows how to play a game. He says, “For her dresses and make-up are more important but for you, you will count the pair of socks and chaddis you have. Why didn’t you cry in front of her, why didn’t you beg in front of her? You should have spoken about your living conditions.”

I had Rs 4k In My Account

Eijaz goes on to talk about his financial condition and says, “I had Rs 4K in my account. I had borrowed Rs. 1.5 Lakh in advance. Shardul, you have to speak up. Don’t lose hope Shardul. Cry, vent out your anger, show your anger and your desperation. Think about your nephew’s face, your mother’s face…let the anger boil inside you and bring it out.”

Shardul and Naina were paired up and the former had taken the mask in his hand. Both reasoned out why they want to stay safe but ultimately both get nominated as the mask stays in both their hands.

Shardul feels lighter after Eijaz speaks to him and he thinks about it.

More About Eijaz

Eijaz Khan is an Indian film and television actor. He rose to fame by playing the lead roles in Balaji Telefilms serials Kkavyanjali, and Kyaa Hoga Nimmo Kaa. He appeared in the leading role of Raidhan Raj Katara in the Sony TV program Yeh Moh Moh Ke Dhaagey.

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