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However, Priyank finishes last thus Puneesh gets out of the captaincy race. On bad terms with Shilpa since a while, Arshi ill-treats her doll, flinging it across the lawn, dipping it in the pool and then later not making it to the parking lot on goal to remove Shilpa from the captaincy race.
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