Not much time to go until we get our hands on the top four finalists of Bigg Boss 13. And with each passing day, the competition is only getting tougher and even more dramatic, as the housemates are being bombarded with some of the most unpredictable twists and turns. This week, the housemates that have been nominated are Rashami Desai, Shefali Jariwala, Madhurima Tuli, Mahira Sharma, Vishal Aditya Singh and Shefali Bagga. Now, Khabri, who happens to keep a close tab on all the happenings inside the Bigg Boss 13 house, has disclosed the voting trend.
As per him, Rashami Desai is leading the race with the highest amount of votes received so far. Vishal Aditya Singh, on the other hand, is second in the list. As for the remaining contestants - Shefali Jariwala, Madhurima Tuli, Mahira Sharma and Shefali Bagga – are in the bottom four and have received extremely low votes. So, either one of these housemates is expected to get evicted over the weekend. “VotingTrend 11AM #Biggboss13 1 #RashamiDesai, 2 #VishalAdity, 3 #MahiraSharma, 4 #ShefaliBagga, 5 #MadhurimaTuli, 6 #ShefaliJariwala. Bottom 4 contestants are equally weak and are receiving almost equal votes. Margin of difference is very Low,” he wrote. (ALSO READ - Bigg Boss 13: Gauahar Khan Calls Out Shefali Jariwala For Saying, ‘Don’t Give Asim Itni Importance’)
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VotingTrend 11AM #Biggboss13— The Khabri (@TheKhbri) January 2, 2020
Bottom 4 contestants are equally weak and are receiving almost equal votes. Margin of difference is very Low
Meanwhile, tonight’s episode of Bigg Boss 13 will see Rashami Desai and Mahira Sharma getting into a nasty verbal fight. The latter even went onto call Rashami aunty and accusing her by yelling, “Pehle Paras chahiye tha, fir Arhaan chahiye tha, ab Asim chahiye.”
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