Soniya Bansal's Departure Marks First 'Bigg Boss 17' Eviction | Bollywood Wave

Soniya Bansal's Departure Marks First 'Bigg Boss 17' Eviction
Salman Khan, the iconic host of the show, revisited the fiery clashes that had occurred among the housemates, and the looming threat of eviction hung heavily in the air.
Soniya Bansal's Departure Marks First 'Bigg Boss 17' Eviction
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Actress Soniya Bansal, who was part of 'Bigg Boss' season 17, has become the first contestant to be evicted from the house. She expressed her strong desire to return as a wildcard entry to the competition, citing unfinished business and a yearning to play further. The 'Weekend Ka Vaar' episode of 'Bigg Boss' was a rollercoaster ride of emotions, filled with intense drama and suspense.

Salman Khan, the iconic host of the show, revisited the fiery clashes that had occurred among the housemates, and the looming threat of eviction hung heavily in the air. Nominated contestants Sunny Arya, Soniya, Aishwarya Sharma, Neil Bhatt, and Sana Raees Khan were all prepared to bid farewell to the iconic house.

A jaw-dropping twist unfolded when Salman Khan revealed the results of the public vote, placing Sana and Soniya as the bottom two contestants. The fate of these two contestants was left in the hands of their fellow housemates, who had to decide who would continue to stay in the master's mohalla and who would be the first to make an early exit. Unfortunately for Soniya, insufficient support from her fellow contestants sealed her fate, making her the first casualty of the season and leaving her feeling betrayed by her so-called friends.

During her two-week tenure on the show, Soniya entertained the audience with her dance performances and glamorous presence. She forged connections with fellow contestants like Firoza Khan (Khanzaadi), Aishwarya Sharma, Neil, Ankita Lokhande, Vicky Jain, Isha Malviya, and Abhishek Pandey.

Expressing her disappointment about her eviction, Soniya told IANS, "I believe my eviction was unfair. I definitely want to come back as a wildcard contestant to continue playing the game, as there are many things left undone, and I am genuinely sad about it."

Soniya's time on the show was marked by conflicts, including a recent fallout with Sana after supporting Abhishek Pandey, which led to heated confrontations. There were also occasional tense moments with Mannara Chopra, as they engaged in passive-aggressive exchanges.

Regarding Mannara's behavior as a contestant, Soniya shared, "She tends to befriend people and then say negative things about them and misbehave. I believe it's all part of her strategy to gain attention. Mannara often mentions in interviews that she is Priyanka Chopra's sister, using this as a means to gain popularity."

Soniya had formed a connection with the couple Ankita and Vicky, and she addressed the rumors surrounding their relationship. She clarified, "I wasn't particularly close to Vicky, but I had a better rapport with Ankita. Their personal life is fine, with minor misunderstandings arising due to time constraints. Vicky's attention to others sometimes impacts his ability to give Ankita the time she deserves."

Soniya now eagerly awaits the release of her upcoming movie. Her departure from the show left the other housemates concerned about who would take over the kitchen. 'Bigg Boss' airs on Colors and JioCinema.

 

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