Big Boss 10: A shocking eviction today! 11th December 2016 Latest Updates

Last night during Weekend ka Vaar, Salman took Swami's case by making him answer for every single one of his actions. This strategy of Bani miffed Swami Om and he passed lewd comments on her. Bharti takes over soon after, as she takes on the role of the ever watching Bigg Boss eye and mocks Swamiji for his behaviour. Well, there are lots of interesting things that will take place in tonight's episode. Salman lost his cool and asked Om Swami to behave himself and this behaviour was just not done in the house. Salman blames him and scolds him for badmouthing against Lopa and Bani J. The whole house then gets against Swami Om and they all aimed to boycott him.

They wonder that after Manu Punjabi's come back how he will react to see the current equation which Mona Lisa now having with Manveer. But, he fostered great friendships with Bani and Gaurav. While Hina reveals the shock she felt on seeing Rohan's violent temperament, Nitin defends Bani's nature, citing her cravings for emotional support. Priyanka won't be that far from the house. After leaving Salman and the audiences in awe with his mind-games and spellbinding tricks, Amir entered the house to mesmerize the housemates.

Bigg Boss 10 is not one of the top-rated shows of Colors and in an effort to boost the TRP ratings, the makers have been introducing shocking twists and turns in the show.

Right from bending cutlery using his mind to manipulating their thoughts, Amir enthralled the contestants with his antics.

After Sahil, who will be evicted this week amongst VJ Bani, Lopamudra Raut, Rohan Mehra, Priyanka Jagga and Manveer Gurjar and Nitibha Kaul. But the twist to the tale is when Priyanka is taken to the secret room. She also asks Priyanka to not behave disgusting and maintain some class.

This is the second time in the controversial house that a contestant is going inside the secret room.

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