Bigg Boss 7: Housemates' date with Kareena Kapoor, Imran Khan

Kareena-bb7 Kareena Kapoor couldn’t stop praising Armaan and told him that he is her favorite contestant.

Weekend Ka Wow with Salman Khan is filled with fun and lots of entertainment. Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan and her co-star Imran Khan made a stylish entry for the promotions of their upcoming film 'Gori Tere Pyaar Mein'.

They entered on a funky cycle rikshaw and danced on the peppy song from the fim 'Chingum Chabake'. Salman Khan gave them a warm welcome and spoke to them about their upcoming movie.

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Kareena started pulling Salman Khan's leg and got him a script of 'Dabangg 10'. She requested Salman Khan to cast her as the lead in its tenth sequel. Salman Khan started laughing and instantly accepted her offer.

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Further, Salman put Kareena in a fix by asking her who was her favourite Khan is . After thinking for a while, Kareena Kapoor confronted Salman Khan by telling him that he is not her favourite Khan. Salman Khan then poked fun by saying that he knew she would chose Saif Ali Khan over him considering she is a pativrata patni.

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After this 'Khan' war, Salman Khan took Kareena Kapoor and Imran Khan inside the house through ME TV and introduced them to all the contestants. The housemates were delighted to see Kareena and Imran and requested them to come and meet them inside the house as well.

Kareena Kapoor couldn't stop praising Armaan and told him that he is her favorite contestant. She also told him that her mother is an avid follower of Bigg Boss and is also a big fan of Andy.

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After having a chat with the housemates, Salman Khan took Kareena and Imran's compatibility test where he asked them a couple of questions about each other. At the end of it, Salman burst out laughing saying that Imran and Kareena are not a match while Salman and Imran are more compatible and share a great bond.

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