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Bigg Boss 11: Evicted contestant Lucinda Nicholas takes a dig at Akash Dadlani, says ' he shouldn't win the show'
Australian model, writer and yoga instructor Lucinda Nicholas' eviction from the Bigg Boss house would have definitely surprised every fan of this TV reality show. She was eliminated after she failed to perform the task successfully along with her padosi team members.

Disappointed after her eviction, Lucinda revealed many things that she faced during her stay at the BB house.

Speaking to a news channel, the 24-year-old model said, "I have been evicted because the padosi couldn't complete their task. I was very upset to come out of the house. I thought I could have stayed longer, even my Hindi improved. I am really upset being outside".

She also expressed her displeasure over Shilpa Shinde's reason to nominate her for the eviction.

"Shilpa nominated me because of the culture differences which is such a bad taste. If I would be in her place, I wouldn't have done that ever," the model said.

On being asked who deserves to win the season 11 of BB, she happily replied, "Hiten should win because he is such a genuine nice human being, he is very entertaining and has such a great sense of humour. I think he totally deserves to win".

She also took a dig at another contestant Akash Dadlani, who had suggested Lucinda that they should lip-lock on the live show.

"Akash Dadlani shouldn't win, his couple of things didn't impress me, I wish I could go back and talk to him about certain things. He was very impartial during tasks. He even said few things to me which I was not happy with," she said.

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