Bigg Boss OTT: Moose Jattana evicted from the house; these 4 contestants made it to the finale week

Publish Date: 13 Sep, 2021
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Bigg Boss  OTT: Bigg boss house is full of surprises, whether it’s friendship, relationship, love or enmity everything plays its own part in making this house so dramatic. Just before the finale week, one of the strongest contestant of bigg boss ott moose Jattana aka Muskan Jattana got evicted from the house.

The show's bottom two participants were Neha Bhasin and Moose. Because participants were required to cut the wires of the housemates they wanted to save this week, the 20 years old social media figure received the fewest votes and had no option left other than to leave. Two contestants favored Neha, while two backed Moose Jattana. Raqesh Bapat then had to choose who he wanted to save. He was able to save Neha in the end. As a result, Moose was eliminated.



These 4 contestants made it to the finale week of Bigg boss OTT:

Divya Agarwal, Raqesh Bapat, Shamita Shetty, Pratik Sehajpal, Neha Bhasin, and Nishant Bhat are presently live in the Bigg Boss OTT house following the eviction of Moose Jattana.

 

Who is Moose Jattana?

Moose Jattana AKA Muskan Jattana, a Bigg Boss OTT participant, is the most recent competitor to be ousted from the competition. She is a social media influencer and enjoys a massive fan following on Instagram and Tik Tok. She is also known to be a hard core feminist and someone who speaks about social concerns and problems. On the episode, she discussed her sexual orientation. The bisexuality of the social media influencer was uncovered she revealed, although she is much attracted towards boys but wants to marry a girl. This 20-year-old social media influencer made to the top 5 of Bigg Boss OTT.

 

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