As the two shift out of Mahek"s room to the garden, Amar catches a glimpse of them talking and rushes in the garden to taunt them. He tells them that he know they have been bitching about him. Shraddha tells Amar that there are issues and being friends they should sit down and talk of the issues just like all friends do and not unnecessarily taunt each other. In his clearance, Amar tells Mahek that he has not been playing games with them but instead has been trying to understand Sky"s point of view and know what is cooking in his head.
In the kitchen, we see Siddharth Bhardwaj coming up to Sky to talk to him and the two start talking about Amar. They talk about how Amar has been jumping between the two of them switching his teams on and off. When the two are talking Sky tells that Siddharth has crossed the line too many times now and that he has hurt Sky a lot. They decide that they will now work together but not interfere too much in each other"s matters.
As the day progresses, Sky aka Akashdeep Saigal and Mahek are called inside the confession room and are served a lavish lunch and are asked to sort their differences out over lunch. The two instead end up fighting all the more and Mahek breaks down in front of Sky in the confession room to which Sky says that she is doing all this for nothing but for sympathy.
Sky comes out and tells Siddharth and Shonali Nagrani what had happened in the confession room to which Siddharth replies back saying he was never given this chance. Shonali replies back to Siddharth"s comment saying that he has never been in a constant fight with anyone in the house unlike Mahek and Sky. Shraddha comes out and sees Siddharth sulking and tells him that Bigg Boss has done justice to him when required.
A little later, Mahek and Shraddha are seen talking about the confession room talk that Mahek and Sky had and Mahek breaks down again. Mahek is then seen sitting in the garden with Sky and the two talk about all their differences and sort their issues out. Sky asks Mahek to let bygones be bygones and not dwell in their past but live for the future and shake hands for the future.