Bigg Boss 7: Gauhar, Asif shared the same changing room

The latest to evict from the Bigg Boss house was Bangladeshi model Asif Azim. Asif made a stunning revelation that he and Gauhar Khan have known each other for the past eight years and they are so close that during their modelling days, they used to share the same changing room during shows.  Asif disclosed the fact when  Gauhar blamed him during his stay in the house that Asif was checking her out.

When asked about his interest in Gauhar Khan, Asif said, "I have known Gauahr since last eight years and have done many shows with her across the globe — Japan, New York, Mauritius and Middle East. Sometimes we have had to share the same changing room during the shows. After that, what is left to check out? If I wanted to flirt with her or check her out, I could have done that long back. Before leaving, I told her, 'If you want footage, do that, but not at my expense.'

Asif also added that Gauhar once approached him for a dating sequence for the reality show, Khan Sisters which he turned down due to date issue.

Kushal Tandon and Gauhar Khan’s love took an interesting turn when Asif entered the house.  Kushal turned jealous when Asif and Gauhar shared pleasantries and talk to one another inside the house. Asif shot back instantly and said, "He is trying to flirt with her for the past eight years."

In the latest episode, we have seen that Salman Khan carried away with Kushal Tandon and Tanisha Mukherjee’s ugly fight and the superstar reacted to the unpleasant situation and said that it would be his last season of Bigg Boss.

"If you are thinking that you can clean your image, it's a misconception," Salman told Kushal after the ugly fight. He added that bad incidents stick on people’s mind and one cannot demolish it. "Because of this episode, this might be the last season for me," he said on Saturday episode.

Total seven eviction took place and existing contestants include Gauahar Khan, Sangram Singh, Elli Avram, VJ Andy, Kamya Punjabi, Armaan Kohli, Kushal Tandon, Tanisha Mukherjee, Pratyusha Banerjee, and Apoorva Agnihotri.