After Hazel Keech's eviction from the Bigg Boss house, the other contestant who is set out free from the reality game in its second week of eviction is actor-producer Rajat Rawail. In the very first week of the grand season of Bigg Boss Saath 7 on Colors, contestant Rajat Rawail proved to be very entertaining, however, the actor took a U-turn owing to the much-witnessed home sickness and subsequent health issues.
In conversation with TellyBuzz, Rajat talks about his journey in the Bigg Boss house, he says, "Bigg Boss has been like a reality check for me. Before being part of the show, I was of the perception that sustaining in the house is not as difficult as it is staged. But just two week's of experience has changed my prospect altogether. Staying away from your family with a bunch of people whom you barely know, is once in a lifetime experience."
When asked Rajat about his motive of coming to Bigg Boss, he says, "Prior to Bigg Boss, I had never been a part of any reality show. So, I just wanted to get a first hand experience and my motive has always been to entertain the audiences of all age-groups. In fact, I was in full-form in the first week but due to some health issues and homesickness, I couldn't manage to stretch myself in the show. I got extremely depressed after I broke out into tears remembering my daughter Gehna, when I was asked to make a wish in the wishing wall."
Talking about the tasks given to the house-mates, Rajat says, "No task is easy and it really acquires lot of physical and mental ability. The task whereby I had to stand for hours took a toll on my health. Moreover, the quantity of food offered to everybody is not justified. For instance, my appetite might be completely dissimilar from Pratyusha's appetite, yet we are offered the same amount of food, which I did not find morally apt. So in my opinion, one should not compromise on the basic amenity like food."
On being quizzed about his most favorite contestants in the game, the actor said it frankly, "I have known Armaan Kohli for more than 10-15years, and what the audience is getting to see him is his mini version. Yet, I just admire the way he takes a stand for the truth. Other than Armaan, the other genuine people I found on the show are Tanisha Mukherjee, Sangram Singh and Elli Avram." Vice-versa, talking about the most undesirable contestants in Bigg Boss, Rajat said it without any hesitance, "Andy is a first level idiot and Gauhar Khan is a second-level idiot. Gauhar presumes herself to be very clever but the day Kamya Punjabi will get in form, she will blow Gauhar away in no time."
Furthermore, when asked Rajat whether he wishes to re-enter the show as a wild card entry, he says, "I would love to re-enter the show anytime, provided I'm in good health conditions. As per my experience, survival in Bigg Boss house is really difficult. But one thing I'll miss about the show is taking bath for 14 consecutive days with chilling cold water." (Laughs)
Lastly, Rajat also went on to say that he believes Apurva Agnihotri is the second Rahul Roy as the actor is likely following the same footsteps of Rahul Roy, being clever, silent and absolutely is not indulging in any sort of fights or controversies.
Now that the actor is back to his routine life, shedding a light on his future plans, Rajat shares with TellyBuzz, "After my health recovers, I'll spend quality time with my family and then work on my two projects. I'll be producing one of the re-make of a South Indian film and my second film is an original concept."
We wonder if Rajat had
to select his starcast from the Bigg Boss house who he would choose. "In such a
case, the main protagonist might be between Pratyusha and Elli and between Asif
We at TellyBuzz wish Rajat Rawail all the good luck for his future endeavors!