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Bigg Boss 11: Bandgi Kalra has been evicted from the show
04 December 2017, 02:04 | Anna Nguyen
Bigg Boss 11: Bandgi Kalra scolds Puneesh Sharma for touching her without permission in this unseen video
However, things refuse to get better between Arshi and Shilpa Shinde.
It was indeed a big shock for Puneesh Sharma. For all Bigg Boss fans and viewers, it is obviously curious to know which inmate is all set to evict from the show tonight!
Pretty woman Bandgi Kalra has been evicted after getting the least votes this week. The popular reality show had Puneesh Sharma, Bandgi Kalra and Luv Tyagi fighting to save their position in the house.
Keep watching this space for more updates on Bigg Boss 11. They have often taken to Twitter to share their love for her as well. This is the highest tweet count in favour of any contestant till date.
"Shilpa winning hearts" has been trending on Twitter with whopping 329K tweets and still counting! Some of the posts even slam the other contestants Hina Khan and Arshi Khan.
Finally, Vikas won the task and became the captain of the house. The actor can constantly been seen standing in the kitchen and cooking as per the demands of the other contestants.
The main reason for Sapna to be a part of the show, where commoners and celebrities are locked inside a house and she was agreed to be locked in the house with them only to break the stereotype thought of India against dancers.
In another clip, Puneesh is seen telling Bandagi that she would be his last relationship and they are seen discussing his past.
In a race that will turn many friends to foes and vice versa, Shilpa surely seems to have impressed her fans, who will make sure to take her right to the finish line.
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