Nishant Singh Malkhani in Bigg Boss 14.

Bigg Boss 14: Nishant Singh Malkhani shares video after his eviction, gives strong message to detractors

Nishant Singh Malkhani was virtually unanimously voted out by the contestants of Bigg Boss 14 in a double eviction on Monday evening. Kavita Kaushik additionally left the present attributable to much less viewers votes. Now, he has taken to Instagram to share a video message for his detractors.

“So guys, iss hafte Bigg Boss ke ghar mein jo mere saath hua, mujhe kaha gaya, uske liye mera sirf ek jawaab hai. Chamak sabko nazar aati hai, par andhera koi nahi dekh paata (So, what happened with me in the Bigg Boss house and what I was told, I just have one answer for it. Everyone can see shine but no one can see the darkness.),” he mentioned. In his caption, he requested his followers if his eviction was truthful.

Fans of Nishant protested in opposition to his eviction within the feedback part. “Not fair… when public voted for Kavita then aapko kyu nikala (why were you evicted),” one wrote. “U are hero sir .uh deserve more than jàan . And now we will stop watching #bb14 #boycottbb14,” one other commented, calling him extra deserving than Jaan Kumar Sanu.

“Am big fan ..and you have done very well I always voted you I don’t think BB has done good decision , you are very well players l you stand for yourself as well as you are true player honest person,” a 3rd fan wrote.


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In Monday evening’s episode, Pavitra Punia, Rahul Vaidya, Nikki Tamboli, Abhinav Shukla, Jaan Kumar Sanu, Eijaz Khan and Shardul Pandit informed Bigg Boss that Nishant didn’t deserve to remain in the home, with a lot of them saying that his persona was not attention-grabbing sufficient for the present. Only Naina Singh named Kavita.

Jaan, regardless of voting Nishant out, acquired emotional about his exit and started crying. The two had exchanged harsh phrases in the course of the first ‘tabadla (exchange)’ job.

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