Bigg Boss 16: Tina Datta doesn't deserve to be in top 6, says poll
Bigg Boss 16 is getting chaotic and full of drama as it is inching towards the grand finale. Tina Datta is one such contestant to always remained in the headlines ever since the reality show started for multiple reasons.
From getting spotted with her relationship inside the house with Shalin Bhanot to the war of words with former best friend Sreejita De to getting slammed by Sumbul Touqeer’s father, Datta saw all the shades of the BB house.
However, social media was never happy with her performance and tagged her as the negative energy inside the house. Bigg Boss fans believe that the actor doesn’t deserve to be in the top 6. We are not saying this but a recent poll conducted by APN News on Twitter declared this.
As per the poll asking who doesn’t deserve to be in the top 6 among Tina Datta, Shalin Bhanot, Shiv Thakare, and Soundarya Sharma, Datta got the highest percentage of votes, that is, 40.8%. On the other hand, the second contestant who doesn’t deserve to be in the top 6 emerged as Soundarya Sharma with 31.6%, Bhanot at 14.5% and Thakare at 13.2%.
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Have a look at the poll conducted by APN News:
Meanwhile, Tina Datta and Shalin Bhanot are hogging headlines yet again over an ugly spat between the duo. It all started when Bigg Boss asked the inmates who deserves the ticket to the finale more than Nimrit Kaur, Shalin said nobody but her.
Following this Datta and Bhanot got into an argument and she called her a hypocrite who badly mouthed Nirmit.
Datta, further, lost her cool and threatened Bhanot to slap him and accused him of assassinating her character. She also said Bhanot doesn’t respect his former wife Daljeet Kaur and also bad-mouthed her inside the BB house.
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