The seventh season of Bigg Boss Telugu has been generating a significant buzz ever since its announcement.Superstar Nagarjuna, the show’s host, has brought together an intriguing mix of contestants, keeping both the audience and the housemates on their toes.
Adding to the excitement, a new twist in the game has been introduced with the recent nominations for elimination.
In case you missed it, Shakeela was the second contestant to bid farewell to the Bigg Boss Telugu 7 house, leaving her fellow contestants in tears.
As a new week dawns, the spotlight is on the seven contestants nominated for potential eviction this week.The nominated contestants are Priyanka Jain, Amardeep Chowdary, Subhashree Rayaguru, Rathika Rose, Damini, Gautham Krishna, and Prince Yawar.
Since the nomination results were revealed, speculations have been running wild about who might face elimination this week.Fans of the show have rallied to support their favorite contestants, with voting trends indicating that Priyanka Jain is currently leading with the highest number of votes.
However, it’s not all good news for everyone in the house.Subhashree and Damini find themselves in the danger zone with the fewest votes.
Reports suggest that Damini is at a higher risk of being eliminated from Nagarjuna’s Bigg Boss Telugu 7 this weekend.The final word on the eviction results, though, will come during the Weekend Ka Vaar episode.
Adding to the intrigue, there’s a buzz surrounding potential wild card entries into the Bigg Boss Telugu 7 house.Rumor has it that Arjun Ambati, Farzana, and Supritha Reddy are slated to enter the popular reality show as wild card contestants.However, it’s important to note that no official announcement has been made regarding these potential new entrants as of now.
As the competition heats up and tensions rise in the Bigg Boss Telugu 7 house, fans are eagerly awaiting the next developments in this captivating season.With the Weekend Ka Vaar episode on the horizon and the possibility of wild card entries, the drama and excitement show no signs of slowing down.