In an unexpected turn of events, actress Soniya Bansal, a contestant on the highly popular reality show ‘Bigg Boss’ Season 17, has been evicted from the iconic ‘Bigg Boss’ house. Soniya’s eviction took place during the ‘Weekend Ka Vaar’ episode, which was filled with heightened emotions, dramatic twists, and suspense that kept viewers on the edge of their seats.
Hosted by the Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, the episode was marked by the revisiting of intense conflicts among the housemates, with the looming threat of the first eviction of the season. The nominated contestants for this week included Sunny Arya, Soniya Bansal, Aishwarya Sharma, Neil Bhatt, and Sana Raees Khan, all of whom were ready to bid goodbye to the iconic ‘Bigg Boss’ house.
The pivotal moment arrived when Salman Khan unveiled the results of the public vote, revealing Sana and Soniya as the bottom two contestants. The housemates were then entrusted with the responsibility of deciding who would continue residing in the master’s mohalla and who would be the first to make an early exit from the house. Regrettably for Soniya, her fellow contestants’ support fell short, resulting in her becoming the first evictee of the season.
Drama Unfolds as Soniya Bansal’s Eviction Shakes ‘Bigg Boss 17’ Contestants and Viewers Alike
Throughout her two-week journey on the show, Soniya Bansal managed to capture the audience’s attention with her exceptional dance performances and glamorous presence. She had developed close friendships with fellow contestants, including Firoza Khan (Khanzaadi), Aishwarya Sharma, Neil, Ankita Lokhande, Vicky Jain, Isha Malviya, and Abhishek Pandey.
Soniya’s eviction from ‘Bigg Boss 17’ was met with a mix of disappointment and surprise from fans and housemates alike. In an exclusive interview with IANS, Soniya expressed her desire to return to the show as a wildcard contestant, emphasizing the unfinished business she had in the house and her genuine passion for continuing to play the game.
“I consider my eviction to be unfair. I am committed to returning as a wildcard contestant to explore the unfinished chapters of my journey on the show, and I am genuinely saddened by my early exit,” Soniya shared.
However, Soniya’s stint on ‘Bigg Boss 17’ was not without its fair share of conflicts. She had recently experienced a falling-out with fellow contestant Sana Raees Khan after supporting Abhishek Pandey, leading to heated confrontations and heightened tensions within the house. Additionally, there were moments of passive-aggressive exchanges between Soniya and Mannara Chopra, contributing to the overall atmosphere of tension and drama in the house.
Addressing Mannara’s behavior as a contestant, Soniya candidly revealed, “She tends to befriend people and then speak negatively about them and behave poorly. 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 also formed a unique bond with the couple Ankita and Vicky, and she took the opportunity to clarify any lingering rumors about their relationship. She explained, “I wasn’t particularly close to Vicky, but I had a better rapport with Ankita. Their personal life is harmonious, with minor misunderstandings arising due to time constraints. Vicky’s attention to others sometimes affects his ability to give Ankita the time she deserves.”
Soniya’s eviction has left the other housemates worried about who will take over her role in the kitchen, as her culinary skills were highly appreciated by her fellow contestants. As the show moves forward, fans eagerly anticipate the twists and turns that ‘Bigg Boss 17’ has in store for them.
‘Bigg Boss’ Season 17 continues to air on Colors and JioCinema, promising more drama, intrigue, and surprises as the contestants vie for the coveted title and prize. With Soniya Bansal’s early exit, the game has taken an unexpected turn, leaving viewers eager to see how the dynamics within the house evolve in the weeks to come.