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Big Boss 11 evicted Contestant Sshivani Durga. Instagram
  • Tantrik woman Sshivani Durga got evicted from the show with a positive gesture of fulfilling her purpose in the house of Big Boss 11.
  • She said that she didn’t do any black magic on Shilpa Shinde in the house some days back.

Evicted Contestant states that she came with a purpose of representing the community of Babas and to prove that their profession is as clean as any other professions got fulfilled in her short journey of Big Boss 11

Godwoman Sshivani was blamed to do the black magic on the other contestant Shilpa Shinde at night which brought her in limelight for the first and last time in the house Big Boss 11. However, she refuses to this statement and said that Shilpa was one who was staring at her first and she just looked at her back in the same way. She accuses Puneesh to spread the wrong words about her in the house.

Sshivani came with a purpose of bringing that lost respect for her community and she feels she was able to do so. Her journey in the Big Boss 11 was for two weeks but she earned the respect of housemates and was quite happy about it.


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However, she stated that she dislikes Arshi Khan and Vikas Gupta in the house as Vikas is a very short tempered person and Arshi is a dirty game player according to her. She also said that she knew the reason of getting evicted from the show in the second week, she was not an entertainer and didn’t have any fans.

-prepared by Pragya Mittal of NewsGram | Twitter @PragyaMittal05


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