Bigg Boss 10: Why is AIB's Rohan Joshi apologizing for Rohan Mehra's eviction from the house?

Bigg Boss 10: Why is AIB's Rohan Joshi apologizing for Rohan Mehra's eviction from the house?

Rohan Mehra got evicted from the Bigg Boss 10 house but it was All India Bakchod's Rohan Joshi's reaction on Twitter that stole our attention

Rohan Mehra, who made it to quite far in the reality show Bigg Boss 10 has been evicted from the show. Rohan and Bani J were nominated to be evicted this week and it was the journey of the former that ended. The elimination of Rohan happened mid-night, a development that is bound to shock his fans. While the ousted contestant would definitely not be pleased with this, we came across a reaction from a comedian that was totally unexpected.

Rohan Joshi of All India Bakchod fame took to Twitter to apologize for Mehra’s eviction. For those who have no clue why the AIB founder tweeted this, we have got your back. A few days ago there were few netizens claimed that the contestant inside the Bigg Boss house was Rohan Mehra. These tweets became so frequent that Joshi had to clarify he wasn’t in the house, of course, by blending his own brand of humour.

So when Rohan Mehra got evicted, Rohan Joshi indulged in a funny Twitter conversation with AIB. He asked AIB if he could get his jjob back and they replied with a ‘Yeah’ GIF. Their conversation will leave you in splits and confirm why this group is loved by all.


Coming back to Mehra, whose stay in the house created quite a buzz, has finally left the house. This means that the final four contestants of the tenth season of high-octane reality show are Bani, Lopamudra Raut, Manveer Gujjar and Manu Punjabi. Now let us see who wins the title this time.

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