Bigg Boss 7: Kamya, Sangram break International record
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Kamya and Sangram have always come across as tough contenders in the Bigg Boss house. These contestants have always given their sweat and blood to every task that they have undertaken and have proved themselves.
As a part of the luxury budget task, three contenders Andy, Sangram and Kamya were asked to undertake the Bigg Box task where they were to survive inside a box with an aid of a survival kit. The one contestant, who is able to survive inside the box for the maximum time would win the 'Ticket to Finale' task by securing a position in the grand finale.
While Andy is the first one to come out of the box after surviving for approximately 19 hours, Sangram and Kamya still continue to perform the task and survive in the box.
As a result of their strong will and determination, Kamya and Sangram broke the record of Big Brother UK by surviving in a box for more than 26 hours. Soon after they break the record, Bigg Boss makes an announcement and congratulates Sangram and Kamya on their achievement. It was a moment of pride for both Kamya and Sangram and the housemates also cheer for their achievement.
Even after achieving a milestone and adding another feather to their cap, Kamya and Sangram continue to survive in the box with the desire to reach the grand finale. So what record will they set?
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