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Bigg Boss 5: Pooja Misrra safe, Gulabo Sapera evicted

She becomes the second contestant to be evicted from Bigg Boss house after Nihita Biswas

October 16, 2011:

Bigg Boss season 5- Double Vaat has definitely been entertaining, exciting and full of surprises. This weekend two nominees- Pooja Misra and Gulabo Sapera had to battle it out by winning the nation’s crucial votes to survive yet another week in the Bigg Boss house. Well to many people’s astonishment the renowned folk dancer from Rajasthan was evicted from the Bigg Boss house, leaving the precarious Pooja Misra to continue her struggle in making a mark in the house!

Gulabo Sapera came in the house with very noble intentions of showing the world what folk dance is all about and spreading a message to the smaller towns and villages of the country that women are as capable as men in all walks of life. She seemed to be the quietest of the lot, but her silence did not stop her from being the keenest observer in the house. Everyone found Gulabo a sweet, innocent and cheerful lady who had no remorse, hatred or enmity with anyone. Gulabo Sapera was present in the house for two consecutive weeks, and she made the most of it! She sportingly dressed up as a cheer girl when asked to, took the responsibility of being the head Chef of the house without complaining and not to forget sported an athletic look with her track suit on and ran on the treadmill. Well, all of this did not stop her from getting evicted! Wonder what it really takes to survive in the Bigg Boss house.

“When it comes to evictions in Bigg Boss, the public is king,” comments celebrity publicist Dale Bhagwagar. “By winning this round, inspite of all the House attacks on her, Pooja has come across as a true winner. She has proved that she is an elephant on the show,” he adds.

“By now, the other contestants would be extremely scared of coming up against her in future nominations. I won’t be surprised if they ‘plot’ again, this time round, to stop ‘nominating’ Pooja, just to save their own selves from getting ousted,” Dale remarks.

True! Pooja Misrra continues to dominate the minds of all Bigg Boss Housemates, most of whom want her out, especially following the recent incident where she kicked a dustbin and broke kitchen stuff, while taking a physically threatening gesture towards contestant Mahek Chahal.

After being evicted, Gulabo Sapera, stated in an interview, “She (Pooja) smokes a lot. So, she went into the smoking zone, smoked a cigarette and something else too. I am sure she is on drugs! And then she started behaving like a mad person, broke the mop and all.”

Countering her claims, Dale retorts, “As far as I am aware, every participant’s bags and accessories are thoroughly scanned and searched by the production team of the show before they enter the Bigg Boss House. It is impossible to smuggle any unwanted stuff inside the house. Gulabo’s statement about Pooja Misrra using drugs is nothing but a case of sour grapes.”

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  • B K Sharma- 8 years ago

    Big Boss 5 is proving a Big Fraud this time.Just for their TRP or to keep the atmosphere in the House almost boiled they are keeping Ms Pooja Mishra in and asking the innocent doll like Nihita and a nice lady like Gulabo to go because they could not have created any sensation in the house. Will any body tell me who voted them out?? This iks the secret only Big Boss knows!

  • pram- 8 years ago

    nice girl fit foe se x

  • sameera- 8 years ago

    she is luckey girl rally we all wish she stay .. and we want you all suport here becuse we all looking what happend our wat happning all the best dear be strong dont .only be good withe all put in your main good thing dont care how is tooking this is game all plying so you play withe your main be carfull becuse you good we now ... kumkum wht happend to you why you not use your maind only pooja b any thning say on do you do and say please open mane see