Bigg Boss 11: This is How Foes Shilpa-Vikas Became Friends

Here’s proof of Vikas Gupta and Shilpa Shinde’s entertaining journey in Bigg Boss 11.

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Shilpa and Vikas’s journey in the <i>Bigg Boss 11</i> house.&nbsp;
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Dushmani Phase

It felt as though the whole purpose of getting Vikas and Shilpa on Bigg Boss 11 was the fact that they can’t stand each other and would create enough drama inside the house. But their fight on the reality show went out of hand to the extent that Bigg Boss 11 host Salman Khan had to intervene.

Shilpa Shinde, who has become a household name as Angoori Bhabhi of Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai, had alleged that Vikas Gupta, who was heading the channel was the one to throw her out of the popular TV show. The two were at logger heads and had not seen each other’s face till they landed on the sets of Bigg Boss 11.

Their fights started even before they entered the house. We saw the first glimpse of it on the stage in front of Salman Khan. And it didn’t look like they had any plans to end it. The first two weeks of Bigg Boss had become only about Shilpa and Vikas. Shilpa did everything possible to provoke him and Vikas would lose his cool, but only sometimes. Finally, Salman did what he does best, gave them a weekend ka dose and since then, we saw a shocking change.

Dosti Phase

After Salman ka vaar, Shilpa and Vikas started being cordial to each other but the immunity task in which Vikas sacrificed his favourite jacket to save Shilpa from elimination changed the game completely. Suddenly, the evil Shilpa was seen melting in front of bechara Vikas. Vikas, on his part was super sweet to Shilpa and we saw a friendship building between the two “enemies”. Fans surely loved this new avatar of both the contestants and they named them #Shikas.

Now these same fans who wanted to kill each other over their respective favourites, Shilpa and Vikas, have become one big happy family. Awwww!

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