It has nothing to do with the weight of the object, and thus they both fall at the same velocity. Therefore, the answer is (1).
Objects that are in free-fall move under the influence of gravity alone; they do not experience air-resistance. More massive objects will not fall faster, unless there is a significant amount of air resistance. In summary, all objects that are in free-fall will have the same rate of acceleration, regardless of taking their mass into account. Topsquark can probably elaborate far more than I can on this physics question.