Sakshi Pradhan evicted from Bigg Boss
“Bigg Boss is the biggest reality show always on Indian television” says Sakshi Pradhan despite eviction
Former MTV 'Splitsvilla' contestant and winner, Sakshi Pradhan was nominated by last week's captain of the house, Pakistani TV actor Ali Saleem, who is popularly known for her TV persona Begum Nawazish Ali.
Bigg Boss house different from Splitsvilla
Others who were nominated for eviction with Sakshi were
Sameer Soni and former dacoit Seema Parihar, but she received minimum
votes to save her from eviction. Many were expecting Seema Parihar's
vote out, so the result was a bit shocking for the contestants. She was
full of tears while bidding good bye to her housemates.
Sakshi entered the house with 13 other celebrities. The show, hosted by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, requires contestants to be locked inside a house without any communication with the outside world. During the launch episode, her dancing skills had enthralled people.
MTV Spiltsvilla contestant and winner Sakshi Pradhan is a girl of many moods. In Splitsvilla she was one with a bold persona. She further showed her skills in front of the camera by doing a lot of shows as an anchor as well as actress. However, Sakshi’s nature didn't go down too well with either the inmates of 'Bigg Boss 4' or the Indian TV audiences and hence has been evicted within two weeks of being on the show. The contestants were finding it difficult to adjust with Sakshi as she seen crying when any contestant told her something.
Sakshi nominates Begum
During her short stint in the Bigg Boss house, Sakshi was extremely friendly with the girls in the house, especially with Pakistani actress Veena Malik. Sakshi was quoted saying, “MTV Spiltsvilla had high TRPs and I was lucky to participate in it and win. But, Bigg Boss has always been the biggest reality show always on Indian television industry.” Sakshi Pradhan nominated Begum Nawazish Ali before leaving Bigg Boss House.
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