Unlike other contestants, she entered 'Bigg Boss 7' in the company of her husband, Apoorva Agnihotri but soon found herself separated from him by the barriers of Jannat and Jahannum.
In spite of Apoorva being a part of 'Bigg Boss 7', Shilpa played a fair game and was never biased. Her caring and gentle nature made her a favourite among contestants on both the sides of the 'Bigg Boss 7' house. Even though she spent most of her time in the kitchen fulfilling every contestant’s needs, Shilpa always came forth as a strong contender when it came to her performance in any task.
Often termed as a silent player and pativrata lady, Shilpa brought with her a lot of patience and endurance while proving to be an ‘Agony Aunt’ to many contestants.
But being a protective wife, Shilpa has never held back from confronting anyone who has fought with her husband. Otherwise calm, Shilpa was seen getting frustrated when Apoorva decided to shave his head for a task.
During her stay in the house, she shared a great equation with Andy and was often seen sharing funny and witty moments with him. No matter what the conditions inside the house – be it Jannat or Jahannum, Shilpa always maintained her self-respect throughout her stay in the 'Bigg Boss 7' house.
Speaking on her experience, Shilpa said, “I had not expected to be ousted from the 'Bigg Boss 7' house so soon. I consider myself to be fortunate to have been able to share this experience with my husband and will miss him terribly. But at the end of the day it’s a game and I wish Apoorva wins the show. I have made some great friends inside the 'Bigg Boss 7' house, especially Andy and Sangram. Will surely miss all the madness that we engaged in.”
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