The gorgeous TV star becomes the first female winner in the history of Bigg Boss
Popular Tv actress, Shweta Tiwari, wins the title of Bigg Boss Season 4 and becomes the first female winner in the history of Bigg Boss. Ex-husband Raja Chaudhary too had reached the finals of Bigg Boss Season 2 but was not victorious.
After the winning the show, she says, “I din't expect to reach top 2 but when I did, I was not really sure that I would win because on the other end was WWE Superstar The Great Khali who has a huge fan following.
She adds, "Salman also created a big suspense and when he actually raised my hands, I just couldn’t believe that I had won.”
When asked how it feels to be the first female winner of Bigg Boss she says, "It feels great and special that you are the first one.”
Among the 4 finalists, Dolly Bindra was the first to get evicted followed by Ashmit Patel. They both appeared visibly upset but deep inside, coming so close to Rs 1 Crore might have hurt.
Dolly Bindra breaks into her thunderous trademark laughter and says, “Do I look sad to you. I am very happy that people appreciated me and voted for me to stay for so long. But it is very difficult to stay in this house.”
She was overheard talking to someone over the phone that Shweta didn't deserve to win the show.
Ashmit Patel, who was more than happy to meet Veena after coming out says, “I never thought about winning or losing. But I had told myself that when I walk out of that door, I would walk out as a winner. I think I have achieved my goal and I have really learnt a lot about life in these 3 months.”
In a dramatic twist, Salman Khan enters the Bigg Boss’ house through the confession room and brings WWE Superstar The Great Khali and Shweta Tiwari outside the house.
The last week for WWE Superstar The Great Khali was very rough as he had a big fight with his didi Dolly Bindra. When asked to comment about the issue he quips, "Dolly ka dimaag kharab hai."
Winning millions of heart in the country, Shweta Tiwar concludes, "I thank all my fans who have voted for me,"