Bigg Boss 17: Munawar Faruqui and Mannara Chopra, who are lovingly called ‘MunNara’ by their fans, seem to have hit a rough patch as the duo had a war of words after their co-contestants allegedly tried to link them up inside the BB house. Munawar is in a relationship with Nazila Sitaishi, but his close bond with Mannara in the Bigg Boss house has fans rooting for the duo. However, Mannara is not liking the fact that she is being linked with Munawar who is already in a committed relationship.
In the latest episode, an agitated Mannara told Munawar, “I don’t want to be a third wheel in anyone’s life. I didn’t like that ‘bhabhi-bhabhi’ thing. It really hit me. I don’t want to be linked up with any freaking one here. If Bigg Boss people are trying to set me up… I want if I get work with you after this show then I also get other work opportunities. I felt very awkward.”
Munawar then clarified his stance and said, “I’m more worried because I don’t want my personal life to get affected by all of this. It’s only friendship from my side. It’s completely on you whether or not you want to cut off. I don’t want a third wheel. Did you ever feel that I have crossed the line with you… Everybody in the house knew about my relationship. When we would talk to each other in the first week, Abhishek (Kumar), Vicky (Jain) and other people would tease us saying, ‘Bhabhi (Nazila) slow motion mein dekh rahi hogi.’ You might not have noticed it but everybody knew…”
#MunawarFaruqui trying to set narrative against #MannaraChopra is laughable.— Sunny Leone (@SunnyLeoneTeam) November 19, 2023
All the footage tells the real story, and Munawar's trying to be oversmart is evident. Hoping mannara improvement in game.
Manna don’t want your third wheeler 🤘🤗#bb17 pic.twitter.com/GJAV9F3y4h
“Yeah maybe I never noticed it,” Mannara responded. “I got to know only after the second week when you had told me…” She then pointed her finger towards Munawar and said, “You listen to me first!” To this, Munawar told her, “Ungli neechay rakho (Keep your finger down). We are not fighting. We are having a conversation.”