Contestants step out of the house to meet their fans

Contestants step out of the house to meet their fans

After enjoying an unexpected long stint in the house, Bigg Boss 11 contestant Luv Tyagi has finally got evicted from the show as per the report.

Notably, this week Bigg Boss has closed the voting lines for the audience and the elimination was supposed to be conducted on the basis of live voting.

Hina's Khatron Ke Khiladi colleague Geeta Phogat also tweeted in favour of the Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai actress.

Hina blames Shilpa that she only performs in the kitchen.

Vikas, Shilpa and Hina were jostled and pushed, heckled and taunted. During the conversation, Shilpa suggests Luv to apologise Hina. Shilpa and Hina also back Vikas, say he reacts too quickly.

The four contestants in the danger zone had to appeal to the people present in the mall to save them from getting eliminated this weekend.

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Vikas and Luv get into an argument.

Let's see if the commoner gets saved from eviction this week or not. Shilpa Shinde goes fourth Vikas tells Shilpa that she is not really interested in the game, maybe it is because she is overconfident she will win? Puneesh says they get bored without them. Shilpa tells Vikas that no one has ever formed a team with her and or included her in the team.

Soon after, the four nominated contestants leave the house and Akash and Puneesh express their sorrow at not being able to get out.

Shilpa makes fun of Hina.

However, little did the makers know that the situation will go out of hand as a huge crowd turned up in the mall to vote for their favourite contestants. We think that it is her growing stardom that made the Colors to think to do a new show with her. The four nominated contestants, who are visibly nervous, are called into the room and told to keep the ballot box on the dining table. Stay tuned for more updates.

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