Don’t you think it’s a biggest joke of the Big Boss season 12 that @ms_dipika saved by her friends from nominations till now? @DipikaKakar_TM @DipikaKakar_BB @Shoaib_Ibrahim1 @DipikaKakarTEAM
Happyclub 8 weeks tak saath milke khela Ek dusre ko nomination se bachate rahe. Aur agar ab 2 log milke khel rahe hai toh isme logon ko problm kya hai. I think fake rishton ke beech @ms_dipika @sreesanth36 ka genuine rishta logon se hazam nahi ho raha.
His game has been clear and strong this week, he has played with full heart and emotion!!
Let's keep #KVB in BB a little longer.. vote on http://voot.com or on the voot app. Lines are open until 10pm tonight!
#KaranvirBohra #TeamKVB #KVBarmy #HeroKVB @ColorsTVpic.twitter.com/gPGOMjtY1A
Heartiest Congratulations to @KapilSharmaK9 and @ChatrathGinni on their wedding!! Picture Courtesy - Kapil Sharma.pic.twitter.com/k5uTXrmXD8
Do you think what Deepika did for not saving KV from nomination was right? Don’t you guys miss their bonding? @ms_dipika @KVBohra @BiggBoss
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