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Should Sonali be thrown out of the Bigg Boss house?
After loads of drama Ali Quli Mirza (the receiver of tight slap by Sonali) is back in Bigg Boss 8 house. Ali always irritate and gets flirtious with women. Earlier also her tried to touch Sonali and after that he started commenting on her. But did the Dubai-based singer really deserves that harsh punishment- a tight slap on across face?

Sonali broke one of the main rules by slapping Ali, but she is still not thrown out of the house. Although Bigg Boss punished her by saying that she will be nominated every week till the end of the show. But many feels that it was not enough.

#sonaliraut nominated for whole season? Not fair. Nomination just for next week would have sufficed.
? Dr_N (@nav_prak) November 28, 2014
The Bigg Boss needs to stand firm for respect of women #SonaliRaut
? Dale Bhagwagar (@DaleBhagwagar) November 28, 2014
This episode was extremely perfect.. I love this girl and her attitude #bb8 #sonaliraut #biggboss8
? Ahmad Al Marzouqi (@chaaykarak) November 25, 2014

The fight between Ali and Sonali really started when Ali and Puneet were having an argument. That is when Puneet called all the inmates and told Ali to repeat what he had said when Lisa Haid has entered the house. The remark was such bad in taste that Sonali went up and slapped Ali on his face.

More reactions with strong voices are emerging after the unfortunate occurrence. Bigg Boss fans, do you think Ali Quli Mirza was used in a strategically well prepared move by Miss Sonali? Should Sonali be thrown out of the Bigg Boss house?

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