Jyoti Kumari should leave the house, says poll

Jyoti Kumari should leave the house, says poll

Week one inside the Bigg Boss 11 house was quite eventful. Shilpa Shinde and Vikas Gupta’s controversial fights, Zubair Khan’s snappy behaviour, Arshi Khan’s attempts to fuel the fire and Jyoti Kumari’s unexpected burst-outs, all kept the viewers hooked to their television screens. After all the spice, drama, and action comes our favourite part of the reality show, Weekend Ka Vaar with Salman Khan. The Dabangg Khan of Bollywood, like always, will give a piece of his mind to the housemates and will take down the defaulters with his wit and humour. But apart from this fun, one of the nominated contestants will have to bear the brunt of eviction.

Arshi Khan, Shilpa Shinde, Jyoti Kumari, Bandgi Kalra and Zubair Khan are the ones who have the sword of eviction hanging around their neck. A few days back indianexpress.com asked its readers to vote for the contestant who doesn’t deserve to be a part of the reality show. And as the results of the poll are out, Jyoti Kumari seems to have failed to entertain the fans of the show. The Bihar girl has got the maximum percentage (28.64%) of votes. However, Zubair Khan is not far from Jyoti. He has got 22.59 percent votes which clearly means, just like the many housemates, the television viewers didn’t approve of Zubair’s abusive behaviour.

Who do you think will get evicted from the house this week? (Poll Closed)

 

 

 

 

 

Following Jyoti and Zubair is Bandgi with 19.67 percent, Shilpa with 17.34 percent and Arshi with the lowest 11.76 percent votes. Now it would be interesting to know whether commoner Jyoti will come out of the house in the first eviction or Bigg Boss house will leave the audience surprised, like it always does.

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