Bigg Boss 15: Pratik Sehajpal's MASSIVE SUCCESS, He Is The First Ever Contestant To Cross One Million Tweets In Less Than 24 Hours At The Start Of The Game

Bigg Boss 15 Exclusive: Congratulations! Pratik Sehajpal for becoming the first contestant to achieve this milestone!

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Bigg Boss 15: Pratik Sehajpal's MASSIVE SUCCESS, He Is The First Ever Contestant To Cross One Million Tweets In Less Than 24 Hours At The Start Of The Game

One of the contestants in Bigg Boss 15, Pratik Sehajpal earned fame with his task in Bigg Boss OTT and since then he is making headlines outside and inside of the house. The young man is winning his game in Bigg Boss 15 OTT and has already become the first choice of the audience.

However, in the first Weekend Ka Vaar with Salman Khan, the young lad Pratik was chastised for his behavior in the first week and was pull down by the host. After that Pratik received a lot of praise from his fans who took to social media to show support for him. His fans have come forward and showered their love on the Pratik. Then the hashtag #StayStrongPratik started trending over the weekend to provide support to him after he was lashed out at by the host Salman Khan. Have look at some of the posts from his fans:











Pratik’s fans have tried to help him to achieve a milestone so soon in the game, that really helped him to become the first-ever contestant in the history of Bigg Boss to cross one million tweets in less than 24 hrs, within one week of the show.

There are some contestants like Rubina, Rahul, Jasmin,  Late actor Siddarth Shukla, Shehnaaz Gill, Asim Riaz, etc who have created history during their stay in Bigg Boss.

Undoubtedly, Pratik is trying hard and performing his best in the reality show. He says his only goal is to win the trophy, while the entire house would be against him, but he can be seen standing strong and performing all tasks with full effort. 

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