As the grand finale of the reality show ‘Bigg Boss 9’ hosted by Salman Khan is just few weeks away, equations inside the house are changing rapidly. The popular female contestant of the house Kishwar Merchant has walked out of the show. Hours after walking out of the Bigg Boss Season 9 with Rs.15 lakh, Kishwar Merchant termed her elimination as an “unfair task” and “forceful”.
Bigg Boss 9: Kishwer Merchant Out, Says elimination ‘unfair and forceful’ :
Last night’s episode of Bigg Boss 9 showed Kishwer Merchant and Prince Narula battling it out in a task for the Ticket to Finale.
In the second leg of the Ticket to Finale task, Mandana, Kishwer and Prince were given three options: (A) If any one of them presses the buzzer first, she/he will be out of the game, but will still stay in the house as a regular contestant. (B) Whoever presses the buzzer second will win Rs 6,33,333 lakh and be evicted from the house. (C) Whoever presses the buzzer last will directly get a ticket to the finale.
Mandana opted out of the task and remain in the show by pressing the buzzer first, leaving Prince and Kishwer head to head in the fight. Initially, the two refused to budge, calling the game unfair, as both of them won the first round of the task but were still in the danger zone.
While it looked like neither of the two–both being strong contestants–would give up even as the stakes kept rising, Kishwer eventually pressed the buzzer and left the show with Rs 15 lakh.
“It was an unfair task totally. Either of us had to go home despite being the strong contenders. Of course, I got the money. But I would not have felt this bad, had I been eliminated through a normal procedure,” Kishwer said. “This was forceful. It was a very difficult decision for me to take,” she added.
“We both were strong. But I know that Prince has a huge fan following. So, if we had gone to the finale, his winning probability was five percent more than me,” Kishwer explained.