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Bigg Boss 17: K-pop Sensation Aoora Is Evicted From Bigg Boss House, The Artist Bursts Into Laughter!

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In a recent turn of events on Bigg Boss 17, K-Pop sensation Aoora bid adieu to the show after a unique and eventful stint. His surprising exit left host Salman Khan and fellow contestants in shock, but Aoora's laughter and gratitude marked the end of his journey in the Bigg Boss house.

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 As Salman Khan announced Aoora's eviction, the K-Pop artist burst into laughter, creating an unexpected yet memorable moment on the show. Expressing his appreciation, Aoora hugged each contestant and thanked Salman Khan for the opportunity, declaring, "India is my second home, Jai Hindi."

During his time in the Bigg Boss house, Aoora navigated various dynamics, forming bonds with contestants like Arun Mashetty, Chintu (Samarth Jurel), Abhishek Kumar, Munawar Faruqui, Mannara Chopra, and Ankita Lokhande. However, he also faced differences, notably with Ayesha Khan, expressing discomfort after she kissed him.

Colorful Persona: Known for his vibrant hair colors, Aoora added a splash of creativity to the house. The K-Pop sensation made a statement by changing his hair colors in every episode, becoming a distinctive presence in the show.

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Emotional Moments: In a touching moment, Aoora became emotional during an episode where he couldn't comprehend a joke by Anurag Dobhal. Ankita Lokhande extended her support, comforting Aoora and bringing a compassionate touch to the show.

Unique Rendition of Iconic Song: Aoora captured Indian audiences' attention with his unique rendition of Bappi Lahiri's classic "Jimmy Jimmy" from the 1982 film Disco Dancer, starring Mithun Chakraborty. This musical moment showcased Aoora's cross-cultural influence on the show.

K-Pop Background: Aoora, a former member of the South Korean boy band Double-A and its subunit Aoora&Hoik, made his debut on September 4, 2009, with the song "Love Back." His international presence and distinctive personality added a global flair to Bigg Boss 17.

 

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