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Naina Singh’s card cut from ‘Bigg Boss 14’, homeless? Shardul Pandit and Rahul Vaidya fight hard

Eviction is going to happen this week in ‘Bigg Boss 14’ and there is a shocking news about it. It is being said that Naina Singh has become homeless. Though it has not been officially confirmed yet, according to a tweet from ‘The Khabari’, Naina Singh received the least votes and has been eliminated.

Naina Singh, along with Kavita Kaushik and Shardul Pandit, entered ‘Bigg Boss 14’ about 2 weeks ago as a wild card. While Kavita Kaushik dropped out of the show after a week, Naina Singh is the target this time. However, Kavita Kaushik is returning to Bigg Boss house again.

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Naina gets less votes than Shardul and Rahul Vaidya

This week 4 members were nominated for being homeless, including Naina, Shardul Pandit, Rahul Vaidya and Rubina Dilac. But Rubina was saved by husband Abhinav Shukla in the recent immunity task. Out of the remaining 3 contestants, Naina Singh got the least votes. Naina was in the red zone this week along with Shardul Pandit and Rahul Vaidya, but could not get enough votes to avoid being homeless. Now whether Naina is truly homeless with ‘Bigg Boss 14’ or not, it will be known in this ‘Weekend Ka War’ special episode.

So far, these contestants have become homeless, the same is coming back again

Naina Singh has also been a part of reality shows like ‘Splitsvilla 11’ and from the very first day she was seen very strongly in Bigg Boss house. In such a situation, his eviction is shocking. Contestants who have been homeless so far include Sara Gurpal, Nishant Singh Malkhani, Shahzad Deol and Kavita Kaushik. But Kavita Kaushik is again entering Bigg Boss house.




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