The audience has loved Akkineni Nagarjuna’s Bigg Boss Telugu 4 and the inmates are making sure that they entertain the audience with their intense arguments and verbal spats. According to reliable sources, contestant Mehaboob's graph is believed to be changing with each passing day. He is making his presence felt in the show with his performance. There is no denying that it's very hard to compete with Mehaboob in physical tasks and in most of the tasks, Mehaboob emerged as the winner as no one can beat him when it comes physical tasks. If reports are to be believed, Mehaboob could to be in the top five finalists list as he has become the audience favourite ever since he asked an apology from Akhil and other housemates for using harsh language towards them. It is being said on social media that Mehaboob popularity has become a headache now for Bigg Boss show organizers.
Monal Gajjar a popular actress who also featured in few Gujarati films is also a popular celebrity on social media and enjoys good amount of fan following on Instagram. Grapevine suggests that the show makers have saved Monal many times although she bagged fewer votes. The makers thought of sending Mehaboob out of the house. The latest buzz on social media whatever plans Bigg Boss show organisers made to him send out, he bounces back with audience support. During the Sunday episode, Nagarjuna asked Mehaboob and Amma Rajasekhar to come into the confession room, leading to the rumour that one among these two will leave the house. Surprisingly, Mehaboob had bagged majority of number of votes from housemates for this reason making him more eligible to stay in the house when compared to Amma Rajasekhar. With a bit of sheer luck, Mehaboob escaped eviction and he also garnered decent votes from his followers and audience. The makers are trying to make Monal Gajjar popular, but Mehaboob is grabbing many eyeballs through his dedication towards the game. We have to wait and watch who will make it into the top five finalists list or will they walk out in next few evictions.