Posted: 11 November 2012 at 2:53am | IP Logged
Originally posted by -Chandramukhi-
. I would say for me he was disappointing.
right back to you.
I will give my version. All I knew abt Siddhu was as a batsman and as a laughter cahllenge judge.
He was brilliant batsman, maybe a great many over the 90s scores. And as a judge, enjoyable. He was more there to enjoy himself rather than to give serious comments to participants. He always came across as a very knowledgeable person, who always liked a good laugh and was ready to enjoy life. He was a positive personality. I had never witnessed any of his said tantrums. So infact I was very naive.
When he entered BB house, I still did not judge him. I was taking all his Siddhuisms and pravachans with a pinch of salt.
and actually enjoying. What fascinated me most, was the co-contestants behaviour. They were all sucking upto him big time.
And he was playing to the gallery. It was a win-win situation for all involved, including the audiences.
What suddenly changed everything was the volatile Rajneeti task. Sampat's over the top dramatics and Sapna's stand for the truth. Siddhu was in this group then and we all looked upto them as winners. The Aseem was evicted and the groups interchanged. Next karya brought Siddhu into the group of GMM. No doubt he handled all his personal equations very well, but we got glimpses of a shrewd politician here.
He definitely has ego. He thinks he is above most. Yet he was given a position of power, he could have misused it, but he didn't. He could have played double games, and so many other things, but he didn't. Thats to his credit.
Now coming to his saint like image. He is not a saint. He himself acknowledges that. "main to galtiyon ka putla hun" So its not him actually saying this, but the co-contestants who did it. Why did not they have guts to point out his wrongs on his face? They all together created a "hauva" a halo around Siddhu and were then unable to do anything about it. They had created that image and they had to bow to it. We not being inside the house and from outside found all this , how to put it? Incredible, perhaps.
Siddhu, being a shrewd politician, saw all this as a huge opportunity to cash in on and he dd. Once he had decided upon his strategy there, he stuck to it. Whether he was fake or for real, we will never know, bcz we are not going to watch him so closely anytime soon.
It was game he came to play and he did a good job, thanks to spineless co-contestants.
And as for Siddhu, personally, I still don't know what to think of him.
He must be dancing outside now "Ullu banaya, bada mazaa aaya".
Cruiser ji, bold part is for you.