Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • Khatron Ke Khiladi 11’s Rahul Vaidya played a prank on Divyanka Tripathi during their stay in Cape Town.
  • Divyanka was so frightened that she became tearful.

Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 contestants had a splendid time during their 42-day shooting schedule in Cape Town, South Africa. Apart from shooting for the stunts, the contestants also roamed around the city a bit and spent some quality time with each other, and bonded over the course of time. While the contestants laughed and joked with each other, they also sometimes played pranks and most of it was a part of the promotion and providing entertainment to the audience.

Recently, Colors Television shared a video featuring Rahul Vaidya and Divyanka Tripathi. The clip shows both the contestants going somewhere in the car during the night. The entire area around them is quite dark and suddenly a girl dressed in white comes from nowhere in front of the car. Divyanka is the one who spots this girl and notifies it to Rahul who is sitting just beside her.


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Suddenly the girl vanishes and then she can be seen at the back of the car and the next moment is close to the window of Divyanka. The Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actress is so frightened that tears start rolling down from her eyes. At the same moment, someone calls Rahul Vaidya who talks in a sneaky way with the caller and that is when Divyanka realises that Rahul has played a prank with her.

She is very angry with Rahul but it all ends well as both are good friends. Until now, two good contestants-Sourabh Raaj Jain and Aastha Gill have been evicted and their elimination has triggered quite an uproar on social media as both of them were doing very well on Khatron Ke Khiladi 11.

Surprisingly, Nikki Tamboli who is the abort queen this season has still managed to survive and this has enraged a few contestants including Shweta Tiwari.

It would be interesting to see who gets eliminated in the upcoming weekend episodes of Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 as the competition gets tougher.