Bigg Boss 11, Day 101 written updates: Akash Dadlani gets eliminated

Danny Woods
January 11, 2018

Bigg Biss burns Vikas, SHilpa and Hina's frames and says that they are safe. Vikas, who suggested to destroy Akash's shoes in paint and blacken his head gets a chance to be mean to the rapper. Akash Dadlani's eviction will be telecast tonight or tomorrow.

In today's episode, Hina Khan, Akash Dadlani and Puneesh Sharma will get chosen and the other housemates will leave no stone unturned in showcasing their meanest side. Shilpa interrupts Vikas and he tells her to keep quiet. Hina, Shilpa and Vikas have a huge fan following due to their celebrity status, and Puneesh, despite being a commoner, has won the hearts of many with this thorough understanding of the game.

The finale of Bigg Boss 11 will be shot this weekend, and the victor will be announced on December 14, 2018.

Bigg Boss 11, Day 101 written updates: Akash Dadlani gets eliminated

# Woah! Vikas Gupta successfully completes the Mean BB task.

Not only this, the Bigg Boss house will also witness its last elimination of the season. But at the end, Vikas is declared as the victor of the task. Puneesh's picture comes out next for the task and he gets nervous. She had told Arshi that she would destroy Hina's favourite mug which had "Sher Khan" written over it. Hina says that she will dip his jacket in paint. In the live votings, Shilpa got the most votes 660, Hina got 446, and Vikas Gupta got 428 votes.

When others accused Shilpa of taking out personal grudge, the Bhabhiji Ghar Par hai actress chanted that it was "just a task.' Hina said that she retracted from her words when it was Vikas" turn but not when she was up against Shilpa. Akash Dadlani, Puneesh Sharma, Hina Khan, Vikas Gupta and Shilpa Shinde are the top five contestants of the show and out of then, one will be seen leaving the house in tonight's episode. While Shilpa flaunts her meaness and tells that no one should have told her that she didn't use to do the task.

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