Shocker! Manu Punjabi And Swami Om Exit Bigg Boss!

Bigg Boss is one of the most controversial shows on Indian television, and naturally so is every season of the show and the contestants participating in it. The latest buzz is that two of the most controversial contestants of the current season – Manu Punjabi and Swami Om Ji have made a shocking unexpected exit from the Bigg Boss house.

However, it has been reported that both the contestants have left the Bigg Boss house due to personal reasons and have not been eliminated. Their exit will be telecasted soon.

If reports are to be believed, Manu Punjabi’s mother passed away quite unexpectedly and hence he had to make a hasty exit from the house. Manu had not been informed of his mother’s death when he was told to exit by Bigg Boss.


On the other hand, Swami Om Ji had been issued a non-bailable warrant and summoned by the Delhi HC. It is to be noted that Swami Om has many pending cases filed against him. He has been charged in cases of theft, trespassing, illegal possession of arms and of blackmailing women with obscene pictures. December 3 was the date fixed for hearing and Bigg Boss makers had no choice but to comply by the orders and release Swami Om out from the house.

However, fans of the show need not fret! Both Manu and Swami Om will return back to the house after taking care of their urgent matters outside. If reports are to be believed, Manu’s fiancee Priya Saini has confirmed that he will be returning to the house after completing his mother’s last rites.

In the last season of Bigg Boss, contestant Keith Sequiera had to exit midway when his brother passed away unexpectedly. In a previous season Karishma Kotak had to make a hasty retreat as her father breathed his last outside.

We are sure fans of both Manu and Swami Om are eagerly waiting for their return and to spice things up further in the house.

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