Only 48 hours ago , Punjabi pop-singer, actress & glam-model, the bubbly babe and entertaining Sara Gurpal was abruptly ‘evicted’ from Colors Bigg Boss-14 by ‘seniors’ Gauahar Khan, Sidharth Shukla & Hina Khan. Which has stirred up a social-media controversy of sorts, although Sara prefers to remain tight-lipped.Even though stunning ‘seniors’ Hina & Gauahar were not in agreement with Sidharth for Sara’s eviction & she had received only one vote from the entire house during the nomination task, they gave in to macho-man Sidharth’s decision & eliminated ‘fresher’ Sara from the reality show.
Reacts Mumbai-based regular Bigg Boss-watcher and OTT and TV shows candid critic Malavika , “This sudden & quite uncalled-for elimination apparently enraged the Twitterati & had Sara Gurpal trending on the Twitter platform with lakhs of BB viewers alleging that the ‘elimination was unfair and that Sara deserved to stay on for a much-longer period, in the reality show more than few other nominated contestants.
Most fans & home-audiences strongly feel that the decision of giving the Seniors the arbitrary power to directly evict a contestant was not in good taste & so was its disheartening outcome,” shrugs Malavika. Strangely, the sensuous wonder-girl Sara sauntered in as one of the ‘rejected’ Contestants in the ‘BB’ house and put in all her grit & enthusiasm by agreeing to chop off half of her long tress-locks just to become an ‘accepted contestant’.
The effervescent ad-lib singer that she is, Sara kept her BB-14 housemates ‘entertained’ with her favourite Punjabi ‘boliyaan’ and her enthused dedication to be part of the show. Which was quite evident in her performance during the ‘bulldozer task’ where she had to endure ‘torture’ by fellow contestants to win immunity from last week’s eviction. Will the Colors TV channel bring back tantalizing Sara as a ‘wild-card-entry, into ‘BB-14’, is what is being hotly speculated. Will oomph-oozing photogenic actress-singer Sara also get offers for doing Bollywood movies (as Salman Khan is her ‘dream-hero’ ) also remains to be seen.