Slain BJP leader Pramod Mahajan's son Rahul, who refused to tender an apology for his 'misconduct' of leaving the 'Big Boss' house, has been evicted from the reality show.
The 'Bigg Boss' sought an apology from the four finalists - Rahul Mahajan, Raja Chaudhary, Zulfi Syed and Ashutosh Kaushik, who had given a miss to the camera and left the house situated in Lonavala, thereby violating the rules and regulations of the game show.
This incident happened on Saturday and in Sunday's episode viewers could see the four house mates climbing the wall of the house and vanished from the house. The next scene showed them entering the house in the next visual itself.
The Bigg Boss saught an apology from the four over the 'misconduct' and Rahul refused to apologise that resulted in his eviction.
Spokersperson of the Colours channel on which the show is telecast and producers Endemol India were not available for comment.
However, sources said that the channel is likely to issue a offical statement tomorrow.
Rahul who has been nominated several times by the other housemates on the show earlier had survived eviction.
He has been in news throughout the telecast of the show for showering affection and his growing closeness on with the companion of gangster Abu Salem's former companion Monica Bedi.
Rahul was among the four finalist after Monica Bedi got evicted last week.