Who will win 'Bigg Boss 4'?

The winner of reality show "Bigg Boss 4" is set to be announced at a grand finale in Lonavala tonight.

Ians January 08, 2011


After 14 weeks of staying within closed boundaries, without any connection with the outside world, and surviving politics, cat fights and eliminations, the winner of reality show "Bigg Boss 4" is set to be announced at a grand finale in Lonavala Saturday night.

Actors Shweta Tiwari, Ashmit Patel, Dolly Bindra and The Great Khali are the four finalists who are competing for the winner's trophy.

Overly sensitive Ashmit and loud-mouthed Dolly often played troublemakers during the season as they got embroiled in many verbal fights and arguments over small issues with almost all “Bigg Boss 4" inmates.

Shweta remained active in the household chores, but still courted trouble for her over-concerned ways due to which many participants felt she is very diplomatic.

Khali, on the other hand, remained quite non-controversial towards the beginning of his entry, but came into the picture during a heated fight between Dolly, Shweta and actor Samir Soni. Though he maintained a low profile throughout the show, he got into the midst of verbal brawls with Dolly over trivial matters in the last few episodes.

Rumours are abuzz that Shweta will take away the winner's title this time as she has not just been a consistent participant, who played a fair game, but also because there has never been a female winner of the show in prior seasons.

It is, of course, for the viewers to decide who is the most deserving candidate and who walks away with the prize money of one crore Indian rupees.

The finale will also see a melange of performances by former participants like Sara Khan and Veena Malik, who will perform Tees Maar Khan’s hit song “Sheila Ke Jawani”.


Noor-ul-ain Hanif | 10 years ago | Reply yeahhh Shewta wins, no one can beat the starplus fan following!!
Paras Vikmani | 10 years ago | Reply shweta wins!!
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