Babita Phogat & Vivek Suhag Get Evicted From 'Nach Baliye 9'!
After Vindu Dara Singh & Dina Umrova, Babita Phogat and hubby Vivek Suhag eliminated from 'Nach Baliye 9'.
Babita with hubby Vivek Suhag (Photo: Instagram)
After Vindu and Dina, Babita Phogat and husband Vivek Suhag will reportedly get evicted from 'Nach Baliye 9' this week.
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Revealing the same, an IWMBuzz report states that, "Once again, ex-couples Urvashi Dholakia and Anuj Sachdeva were in the bottom two, along with Babita and Vivek. However, Babita and Vivek couldn’t survive in the face-off round and were out of the show."
However, it is not yet confirmed.
The news will surely make their fans sad as Babita-Vivek were one of the most loved and adorable 'Nach Baliye 9' couples. In the first two weeks, the couple impressed judges with their performances and even got HI-FI. But last week, Babita and Vivek failed to woo judges with their dance moves. Seems like, their last performance failed to impress viewers as well and hence they will get eliminated this week from the competition.
On a related note, the concept of ex as well as current couples is working well for the makers as 'Nach Baliye 9' is fetching decent TRPs for the channel and viewers are also loving Maniesh Paul's hosting.
Stay tuned for more 'Nach Baliye 9' updates!
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