Bigg Boss 13: Fans Shocked as Rashami, Devoleena, Shefali Evicted

How will Shehnaaz react to Himanshi’s entry?

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Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Shefali Bagga, Rashami Desai were evicted in the mid-season finale.

In one of the most shocking episodes of Bigg Boss 13, three of the strongest contestants of the show, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Rashami Desai and Shefali Bagga were evicted in the mid-season finale. Host Salman Khan highlighted their careless attitude in the task due to which they had to come out of the house.

Since the beginning of the show Rashami and Devoleena were one of the strongest contestants in the house. They found great friends in each other and became each other's support.  Devoleena, who became the first queen of the house gave her 100% to the task and was strong competition to the other housemates.

Shefali Bagga was the strong opinionated girl of the house who always took a stand for herself irrespective of the situation. She was vocal about her own game and would prioritize herself over others.

In today’s episode the house will be witnessing the entry of new contestants, Arhaan Khan, Shefali Jariwala, Himanshi Khurana and Hindustani Bhau. Upon making her entry on stage, Himanshi was asked by host Salman Khan about her long-time feud with Shehnaaz. Himanshi said that while she does not know Shehnaaz in a personal capacity, things did flare up between the two once.

As Himanshi enters the house today, Shehnaaz is seen panicking and getting hysterical asking Bigg Boss to get her out of the house. She throws her mic away, and requests Bigg Boss to let her exit as she cannot stay with Himanshi.

Himanshi mentioned Shehnaaz publicly humiliated one of her songs that she launched. She said that Shehnaaz then body-shamed Himanshi and even went so far as to insult her mother and her character.

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