ColorsHow has the experience been in the show?
' Bigg Boss Season 5
saw its most unexpected exit of a contestant this week in Raageshwari Loomba
. She was considered as the calm and simple woman inside and was loved by all. After the elimination TellyBuzz had a chat with this epitome of positivity as she expressed her opinions about the show and the people inside...
I had a wonderful experience in the show and it was like a school of education and a Gurukul for me. It is a place where they test your patience, breakdown levels and also your positivity. I came to know how people can react to certain situations where men create issues over eggs and women make issues over taking a shirt off from the hanger etc.
Any regrets for taking up the show?
What was the reason for you to take up the show?
Frankly speaking, from the beginning of the show I had told Salman and Sanjay that I am the worst candidate for the show (laughs). Lately when people meet me somewhere they just have to question me as to where I am and why I am not seen anywhere around. So I guess there is a lot to do now and I guess this is one platform from where I could show them that I am still here and am ready to take up projects.
No, not at all. The experiences in the house teach you lessons, it teaches you how to live detaching yourself from your daily pleasures like your own bed, materials, family etc. it teaches you things like it is okay to clean your toilet or in fact others' toilet. It is completely normal to wash vessels and wake up in the morning and work. I learnt that it is the love between the people that makes them fight.Who do you think was your friend in the house?
Honestly, I did not want to get into groups and build up anything against anybody. But I had a special bond with Pooja Bedi
because I had known her for long and I love her kids. Also when I was in the house I shared a great friendship with Juhi Parmar and I realized that she is a very simple girl at heart.Do you think the elimination is unfair on you?
Actually that is for the audience to decide. When I came out of the house I was really overwhelmed with the response that I received from everyone. A reporter from the channel just told me that I was not supposed to be eliminated and how I feel about it. She was literally upset. What was your reaction when you got eliminated?
There was an element of shock when I got nominated, but then I said that it was a game and I will have to be ready for anything.
Now that you are eliminated, what are your plans?
I have things to do where I have to complete my Sufi Album for which I have to shoot. There are other projects waiting in the pipeline.
Audience considered you very sweet and composed in the show. Do you think the show was not meant for you considering the format and the strategy?
Not at all and I believe that the show is meant for everyone no matter what character they are of. The show is meant for survivors.
If you get a chance for second innings how will you prepare yourself?
You know, everyone has been asking me this and I would have only one thing to say that I will be the same even if I get the second chance. I do not know how to hurt people and I have been taught not to hate anyone.
Who do you think is the game player in the house?
I do not know how to really express it because there is no ill will against anybody. When Amar (Amar Upadhyay
) entered he went around telling the same thing to all about everybody, but later on he realized that nothing gets covered in front of the camera. Now he is fine and understood the whole scenario.Would you like to give some advice to everybody present in the house?
I don't know if they would like to take my advice as I am eliminated after 14 episodes (laughs). I would like to say that just be yourself. If you are a quiet person do not lose that, if you want to cry out loud then just do it, if you are a person who vent your emotions just do it. Just be yourself or else you might turn claustrophobic later on.
Reporter and Author: Saranya Valsarajan