Colors is planning to do a new show with Shilpa Shinde?

Colors is planning to do a new show with Shilpa Shinde?

Shilpa's fans have increased multiple folds after her stint inside the house and many have been calling her the righteous player on the show.

Whatever friendships the contestants may have formed and broken and reformed on the show, when they got a chance to slam the other person, they went for it with all their energy.

And now, report has been doing the rounds that her popularity has gained her a project. Bigg Boss 11 finale is just a few days away.

"The channel has chalked out a plan". The show was expanded to the regional film industries and the Hindi version is still going strong without any hiccups.

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If the news turns out to be true, it will surely be a treat to her who miss her on screen. In fact, Hina's (in) famous remarks about Arshi's clothes grabbed a lot of eyeballs within and outside the Bigg Boss house. Shilpa Shinde goes fourth Vikas tells Shilpa that she is not really interested in the game, maybe it is because she is overconfident she will win? However, the actress soon got embroiled in a controversy after she accused producer Benaifer Kohli of mental torture. Then Luv also sides with Vikas as he tells her that most of Hina's on-camera shots depict her lying in bed. However, the representatives of the association denied banning Shilpa from acting on the small screen.

Well, it seems that a contestant has already got eliminated from the house and that contestant is none other than commoner contestant Luv Tyagi.

"Friday night's episode of Bigg Boss 11 begins with contestants waking up to the song 'Main Nikla" from Gadar - Ek Prem Katha. Luv who often found himself nominated and in the danger zone had an vast following in the outside world with fans saving him weeks after weeks. Fans had to save their favourite contestants by putting their votes in a ballot box. Despite the participants being made to stand in a life-sized jail, the excited fans reached out to them and nearly broke the jail. Keeping security concerns in mind, the four contestants are taken out of the mall.

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