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Television actress Aishwarya Sakhuja became the second female contestant after Tina Datta to be eliminated from stunt-based reality show “Khatron Ke Khiladi 7,” hosted by Arjun Kapoor.

Aishwarya was one of the strongest contestants on the show and her eviction came as a surprise to not just the contestants but viewers as well. Aishwarya lost the elimination task to Vivan Bhathena.

The episode also saw Sidharth Sukhla and Jai Bhanushali battle it out against Tanishaa Mukherji and Sana Saeed. The face-off between the boys and girls, resulted in Sana and Tanishaa losing the challenge.

Another task was held between Mukti Mohan, Parvati Omanakuttan, Raghav Juyal and Vivian Dsena where they had to deal with wild dogs. While Vivian performed well, Mukti had a tough time with the aggressive dogs. Parvathy also somehow managed to tackle the dogs. With Vivian completing the task within the given time, Mukti and Parvathi got nominated for the next week. With this, Sana, Tanishaa, Parvathy and Mukti have been nominated for next week’s elimination.

Last week, Tina was eliminated from “Khatron Ke Khiladi 7.” The “Uttaran” fame actress lost the elimination task wherein she along with Vivan and Aishwarya were locked inside cages, which was then placed under water. The contestants needed to unlock themselves from the cages in order to save themselves from getting eliminated. Tina lost the challenge, which resulted in her eviction.

Talking about her experience on the show, Tina said that the show helped her overcoming her fear. “On ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’, I discovered myself. This show was an answer to everyone who thought I was a delicate darling. Overcoming your biggest fear when you are on television in front of the cameras can be your worst nightmare, but this show captures the journey in the most beautiful way,” Tina said in a statement, IANS reported. 

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