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Candy Brar, Romance is brewing in reality show ‘Bigg Boss 7’ with Gauhar Khan-Kushal Tandon and Tanisha-Armaan Kohli’s ‘more than friends’ relationships.

Recently evicted Viveik Misra says the chemistry between Kushal and Gauhar is “scandalous”. He claims that Tanisha and Armaan are just friends but the real love story is taking place between Gauhar and Kushal.

But the master of surprises, Bigg Boss, brings in a twist in the tale.

A new member will be welcomed in the show who is none other than Kaushal’s ex-girlfriend Candy Brar.

While introducing the new entrant Salman Khan asks Candy if she knew Kushal. Candy responded saying it’s been long they have been in touch.

Interestingly, while in the show, Viveik had a tiff with Kushal and during the fight the yoga teacher revealed that Kushal was violent and used to even hit his ex Candy.

Along with Candy two more contestants will enter the house, model-actor Ajaz Khan, and British singer-actor Sofia Hayat.

It will be interesting to see the new equation in the house after Kushal’s ex steps in.

Also a renovation of the house is in the offing.

Another living space has been added in the show called Caravan, this camper-RV-style accommodation will be the third house after Hell part has been demolished.

The area around the Caravan will be cordoned off so that its residents are isolated but can see all that is going on in the house through a television. The contestants living there will be allowed to step out in a small area, which can be used for seating purposes.

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