Bigg Boss 14: Vikas Gupta Gets Evicted From The House Of BB 14 For THIS Reason

Here's why Salman Khan evicted Vikas Gupta from the house of Bigg Boss 14.

The 14th season of Bigg Boss has suddenly become a talk of the town with the participation of former Bigg Boss contestants — Vikas Gupta, Rakhi Sawant, Arshi Khan, Rahul Mahajan and Kashmera Shah. It has been a few days since they entered the house and fans want them to stay longer as they are keeping thousands of viewers entertained.

If you too are quite happy with the participation of Ex-Bigg Boss contestants then we have got you bad news for you. Yes, you read that right!. Vikas Gupta — who is popularly known for his witty — has been evicted from the house of Bigg Boss 14.

The news of Vikas Gupta getting evicted from BB 14 has surely left thousands of his fans disappointed. According to a video uploaded by Bollywood Issue, Vikas Gupta had recently pushed Arshi Khan in the pool of water, leaving the Bigg Boss (Salman Khan) quite angry.

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If you have been watching all of the episodes of Bigg Boss 14 then you must have noticed that Arsh Khan and Vikas Gupta had been creating drama in the house. The wait is finally over and Salman Khan has finally said that there is no space for violence in the house of Bigg Boss 14.

None of the BB 14 contestants was supposed to be eliminated this week. However, in this week’s Weekend Ka Vaar, Salman Khan has left everyone shocked by showing Vikas Gupta the exit door. The news of Vikas Gupta getting evicted from BB 14 comes on the same day when Rahul Vaidya entered the house again.

Since Vikas Guptas has a huge fan following on social media, his fans will surely rise question on Salman Khan’s decision.

What’s your thought on Vikas Gupta suddenly getting evicted from Bigg Boss 14? Do let us know in the comment section below.

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