Bigg Boss 14: Mahika Sharma compares Sara Gurpal’s eviction with that of Koena Mitra; says, ‘It was all favouritism’

Last night, Sara Gurpal was evicted from the house of Bigg Boss 14. She was devastated and called it a really funny decision on the seniors’ part as she got just one nomination from the contestants. After the nominations tasks last night, Nishant Singh Malkani, Rahul Vaidya, Shehzad Deol, Jaan Kumar Sanu, Sara Gurpal, Eijaz Khan and Abhinav Shukla were in the nominations. Hina Khan, Gauahar Khan and Sidharth Shukla announced Sara’s name despite Hina and Gauahar not agreeing with Sidharth’s vote for Sara. The housemates were not happy with the decision as well. A lot of people have called it unfair.

Actress Mahika Sharma also opened up on the same and compared her with Koena Mitra. She calls this favouritism. “I was earlier confused and was in a thought that Bollywood star Amrita Rao is in biggboss house. But later my fans on social media cleared me that she is some Punjabi singer. Then I came to know about Sara Gurpal’s identity. She is sweet and talented. She is just Punjab ki, Amrita Rao. And I must say her Punjabi songs are really heart touching. She gave her much to show and fought for the same. She was seen getting tortured and doing a lot for immunity but it was all favouritism that last year Koena Mitra and this year Sara got evicted for no logical reason but only favouritism,” her statement says, read Spotboye’s report.

Mahika also spoke about Sara’s personal life being discussed in the media. She said, “It’s someone’s personal life and we shouldn’t draw any conclusions without having her words. During her absence, anyone can claim anything. Even if he is Sara’s hubby he is talking now to gain cheap publicity or try to enjoy Sara’s name and fame to get into Bigg Boss house which is so wrong. It shows he is not a great life partner and anyone will break ties with such a person.”

A lot many have called senior’s decision to evict Sara, unfair. But as they say, the show must go on.

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