Posted: 09 November 2012 at 4:39pm | IP Logged
Tanya, since you have asked for our opinion(s), I would like to add a
few more points of justification to my previous post. There are certain
expectations that we, as spectators and a sincere audience of the show,
carry from the show's entertainment factor. Now there are two elements
to this entertainment factor - redundancy and innovativeness/freshness.
Redundancy; because we, somewhere or the other, have accepted the show
the way it has been running for the past five seasons. With a set
pattern and format in mind, we were, more or less, anticipating a show
that would not only entertain us as per our expectations; it would allow
us to draw speculations about everyone's upcoming strategies.
Innovativeness; because everyone wants some freshness to the show by the
inclusion of new game strategies, tasks, and other things of that
nature. Sidhu started off as a very strong character, but later sank in his
own puddle of ego that not only put the audience to a fault, but also
made them wonder of his unethical, double-faced nature. Since the day he
arrived in the house, he has neither contributed towards the chores
passionately, nor has he shown any grace in keeping up to his stand and
If you might recollect, his ego was pierced, the moment
Niketan and Vrajesh questioned him about his impudent behavior in
disdaining the tasks given by Bigg Boss. Not only did he turn down his
commands, he also portrayed an absolutely mutinously aggressive
behavior, stating that he wouldn't do anything that would hit him below
the belt (or something within those lines). His adamancy to stand by his
own word, rather his larger-than-required ego, ended up doing more
damage that he himself must have speculated. What did he end up doing
finally? In a fit of spite and rage to teach a lesson to those
who barred his way, he stormed into the confession room, all agitated
and aggravated like a venomous snake, and nominated Vrajesh and Niketan.
And of course, there are many more instances that we all have been
talking about on the forum throughout. I suspect a night-out if I were
to sit and pen down or verbalize an entire saga of his well-planned
subterfuges and arrogance in the house.
The deal is simple - either go with the flow, or put up a show!
Our stalwart in question failed to do either. Most of us opposing his
presence in the house would clearly tell how calculative and egoistic
this man has been throughout his stay in the house. I was the first
person - and I repeat, the first person on the forum to have written an
actual supportive essay for him. But my image of him got strewn right in
front of my eyes the moment his petulance surfaced. Therefore, yeah,
just to make sure we get the value for our money and time, he needs to
go. We all need entertainment in our lives. But going overboard with
one's constant lies is not acceptable.
I hope this answers your
questions that you may have from the people belonging to the other side
of the bridge. Having said that, I rest my case!