November 22, 2016 7:32:33 pm
The sultry voice of Susheela Raman’s rendition of Yeh Mera Deewanapan Hai has been echoing in our ears ever since we heard it on Bigg Boss season 5, and of course, how can we forget Sunny Leone’s eye-popping pole dance moves that added hotness quotient to it? If you thought that the moment will never be recreated on the show then we must tell you that you were absolutely wrong. After five years, the history has repeated itself and now we have the beauty pageant holder, Lopamudra Raut, who has set the temperatures soaring with her pole dance performance on one of the Sunny Leone’s song.
In fact, Lopa left Sunny extremely impressed and stunned with her moves. But that leaves us with a question – was Sunny a better pole dancer or Lopa has created a new bar?
Even the boys in the house could not stop themselves when they saw Lopa’s sensual side. For those who are unaware, this was one of the tasks given to the housemates to save themselves from being nominated for evictions this week.
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The housemates, who were divided into two groups, have to make videos in situations given by Bigg Boss. The best video will be chosen by Sunny Leone, who was on the show to judge nominations task.
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However, amid all this – we also saw that Mona Lisa seemed a bit upset that she wasn’t given a chance to perform even though she was pretty confident that her moves are better than Lopa. But as most of the people in the group sided with Lopa, ultimately she was the one to perform the act.
And eventually, pole dance became one of the talking points about this week’s nomination procedure. However, there is a long way to go for Lopa to remain safe from evictions. With the decision yet to be taken, we have to wait and watch which team’s video finally impresses Sunny Leone.
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