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Bigg Boss 6 Telugu Nominations Third Week: Vasanthi, Inaya, Srihan, Geetu, Baladitya, Neha Among Others!

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The
third
week
nomination
process
at
the

Bigg
Boss
Telugu
6

house
has
many
contestants
nominated
for
several
reasons.
After
a
heavy
second
week
with
double
elimination-
Shaani
and
Abhinayashree,
the
nominations
took
place
amid
heated
arguments
among
the
housemates.

The
Sunday’s
episode
also
had
Tamannaah
in
the
house
interacting
with
the
contestants
while
promoting
her
latest
film

Bubli
Bouncer
.
She
later
gave
away
a
hamper
to
the
best
performer.

Bigg Boss Telugu 6 Highlights

The
promo
of
Monday’s
episode,
essentially
the
nomination
one,
has
piqued
the
interest
of
the
devoted
fans
of

Bigg
Boss
.
By
arguments
and
allegations,
the
entire
process
was
a
hectic
one
with
housemates
colouring
the
contestants
whom
they
want
to
nominate
with
red
ink.
The
reasons
they
mentioned
for
nomination
have
given
rise
to
many
arguments
and
quarrels.

Bigg Boss Telugu 6 Highlights

At
the
end
of
the
nomination
process,
contestants
Vasanthi,
Inaya,
Srihan,
Neha,
Arohi,
Chanti,
Baladitya,
Revanth,
Geetu,
and
Sudeepa
were
in
the
danger
zone
for
the
following
week’s
elimination
process,
according
to
the

Bigg
Boss
.

Bigg Boss Telugu 6 Highlights

Sri
Satya
nominated
Inaya,
and
she
retorted
back
with
her
explanation.
Geetu
nominated
Sudeepa
leading
to
an
argument.
She
also
nominated
Chanti,
and
they
both
had
a
heated
argument.
Inaya
nominated
Geetu,
and
there
was
a
very
serious
argument.
Adhi
Reddy
nominated
Inaya
and
Sudeepa
nominated
Geetu.
There
was
an
emotional
moment
when
Sudeepa
spoke
about
her
miscarriage
to
Geetu
in
front
of
other
housemates
during
the
nomination
process.


Bigg
Boss
Telugu
6

is
telecast
on
Star
Maa
from
10
pm
on
weekdays
and
from
9
pm
on
weekends.
Simultaneously,
the
show
is
streamed
on
Disney+
Hotstar.

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