She always did what she felt right and she did even pretend to be the one to gain sympathy votes and that’s precisely what everyone liked about her. Television actress Shweta Tiwari has won Vodafone Presents Bigg Boss 4, being the first female contestant to win the title. Shweta Tiwari from the small screen gave a tough fight to the other three finalists of the show to become the second Indian woman to win the title of Bigg Boss after Shilpa Shetty winning Bigg Bother in UK. WWE superstar The Great Khali survived till the end emerging as the first runner up while model turned actor Ashmit Patel ended up being the second runner up. ‘Motor mouth’ Dolly could only make it to the fourth place in spite of being the most controversial among the four. The actor and single mother managed to win viewers hearts with her straight-forward attitude and righteousness. She took home a cash prize of Rs one crore.

Shweta emerged as a winner in the Fourth season of Bigg Boss after successfully completing 96 days in the Bigg Boss house defeating the likes of Ashmit Patel, Dolly Bindra, Hrishant Goswami, Sara Khan, Aanchal Kumar, Rahul Bhatt etc.

To make the evening more memorable, participants from the earlier seasons of Bigg Boss gyrated to the foot-tapping numbers of Bollywood the hot Veena Mallik set the stage on fire with her performance on Chaliya Chaliya (Tashan) & Sheila Ki Jawani (Tees Maar Khan), Model Anchal and TV actress Sara Khan step into Ash’s shoe to perform on Udi Udi (Guzaarish) and Dance   Zor Ka Jhatka (Action Replay) & Chhan Ke Mohalla (Action Replay) respectively. While Hrishant Goswami Dance on title song of I Hate Luv Stories & Bachna Ae Haseno, Manoj Tiwari showed his jalwa on ‘Tinku Jiya’ from Movie Yamla Pagla Deewana.. The finale was hosted by the effervescent Salman Khan who was his flamboyant best throughout the show and kept everyone intrigued and entertained.

On winning the title, an over-whelmed Shweta Tiwari said “I am really happy to win Bigg Boss Season 4. It’s like a dream come true. Throughout my show I was non-pretentious and played the game with utmost honesty. I am grateful to my fans who voted for me, believed in me and helped me reach where I am today. It was indeed unique experiences of my life time. I have learnt a lot and I am grateful to COLORS and Endemol for giving me this opportunity to be part of such a successful show.”

After keeping millions of viewers glued to their television sets, one more season of Bigg Boss comes to a spectacular end.