Saw it late cz of #IPL &my show bt this was unfair with #saragurupal She shouldn’t have been evicted like this just in the beginning.The decision atleast should have remained in the hands of the viewers.If everything the seniors will do,what are the viewers for?#BiggBoss14 #BB14— Shefali Bagga (@shefali_bagga) October 12, 2020
Punjabi singer and Bigg Boss 14 contestant Sara Gurpal who made her way in hearts of people with her beautiful personality and bubbly nature recently got evicted from Bigg Boss 14 by the seniors of the house. Her eviction came as a shock not only for the fellow contestants but also for the viewers of the show. A picture released of Sara Gurpal's eye injury while performing a task in BB14 got massive social media call outs. Following this, not only did the Twitterati express their anger, but also the state of Punjab came together, demanding justice for Sara Gurpal and her re-entry in the show.
Bigg Boss spectators along with renowed Punjabi singers and celebrities like Aly Goni, Gurnazar Chattha, Bhumika Sharma, Yuvraj Hans, Ninja, Shefali Bagga, Andy Kumar and many others came in support of Sara Gurpal taking to Twitter calling out for seniors unjust decisions. Many social media users claimed that this wasn’t done, and how Sara deserved to be inside the house. Shefali Bagga wrote, “Saw it late cz of #IPL &my show bt this was unfair with #saragurupal She shouldn’t have been evicted like this just in the beginning.The decision atleast should have remained in the hands of the viewers.If everything the seniors will do,what are the viewers for?#BiggBoss14 #BB14.”
With Sara Gurpal giving her 100% in the tasks, having a severe injury yet not cribbing about the same, the question that raised many eye brows was whether Sara's eviction was a just decision or not. To which entire state of Punjab is seen revolting for the same and asking justice for Sara Gurpal.
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