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Mohan Vaidya evicted from the Bigg Boss Tamil 3 house

Mohan Vaidhya, Meera Mithun, Saravanan, Cheran,  and Abhirami were the contestants nominated for eviction this week

Published: 20th July 2019

The third season of the Tamil television reality show, Bigg Boss, kick-started on June 23, and is being hosted by Kamal Haasan for the third consecutive time. Following the eviction of Fathima Babu by the end of the second week, controversial contestant Vanitha was evicted from the house last week.

Now, carnatic singer and violinist, Mohan Vaidya has been eliminated from the show this week. 

Mohan Vaidhya, Meera Mithun, Saravanan, Cheran,  and Abhirami were the contestants nominated for eviction.  Going by the response on social media, one among the three - Mohan Vaidhya, Meera Mithun, Saravanan  - was expected to be out of the show this week.

Interestingly, Saravanan had expressed his desire to be out of the show, earlier in the show. Likewise, Cheran too was treading on the same path, but his popularity is believed to be safeguarding him, according to the ardent followers.

In the case of Meera Mithun, the audience response seems to be divided. While a section of people want her to be evicted, another set of the audience apparently feel that the show will turn out to be uneventful without her in the house. She was in the headlines recently, when a police case was filed against her in a fraud suit. According to reports, a complaint was filed by beauty show producer, Ranjitha Bandari, who alleged that the actor had taken Rs 50,000 from several models for allotting a slot in a beauty contest. She was granted anticipatory bail last Thursday.

Thirteen contestants remain in the house, as they battle it out for the title. Rythvika won the title last season, while Arav was the winner in the first season of Bigg Boss Tamil. 

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