Yoga trainer Vivek Mishra, who made headlines in the media with his wild card entry in the Bigg Boss House, recently got eliminated in the mid-week eliminations from the house. TellyBuzz spoke to Vivek to know more about his experience in the Big Boss House with the contestants, about the tasks and much more.
Here is Vivek unplugged...
When asked Vivek about his experience inside the Bigg Boss house, he says, "It was a very good experience for me. People were getting to see lots of things. I did lots of masti with the inmates as well as had fights too."
Vivek says he had gone inside the Bigg Boss house not only to have fun but also to make people aware of certain things, "I felt that I should go to the Big Boss House as I am a friendly person. I keep on doing masti, sing songs and have lots of fun with the housemates and much more. So, I thought that with my efforts, people can be united inside the house. It was my duty to make people aware of their right and wrong deeds."
Even as he was settling inside the house the sudden elimination was announced, "Even as I was having a good time inside the house, and I didn't want to be out of the house but then suddenly I got eliminated in the mid-week eliminations as per the farmaan of Big Boss."
Did he expect to be out so soon? "I knew that I will be nominated in the first week only because these people are living inside the house from the past five weeks and I joined them in between. I knew Kamya Punjabi and Gauhar Khan for a long time but later they turned out to be negative and Kamya even denied the fact that she knows me. Pratyusha Bannerjee has also said bad things about me. I think that people were scared to know that I know something about their personal life and if they will have a tiff with me then it might happen that those things will come out in open. Pratyusha even came to me to give a clarification about her break up with Makrand Malhotra. Inmates didn't want me to unveil the mask they have put on. I was having fever and washing utensils with chilled water which led a tiff between me and Kushal but he kept on teasing me."
Vivek wishes Tanisha wins the show and says, "I think I have mis-understood Tanisha. Tanisha's personality was projected badly in front of me by Kamya and Pratyusha. I was feeling negative about her but only when I spent some time with Tanisha that I realized that she is a very nice girl. Dignity personified is the right word to be used for Tanisha. People irritate her a lot and she ignores it. She only speaks when the limit is crossed. She is just like me. I used to share a good bonding with her and I wish Tanisha wins the show."
So has Vivek enjoyed the tasks given by the Bigg Boss? "We were given tasks to keep a check on our patience level. Big Boss is a reality show which is very real. I enjoyed the tasks," says Vivek.
He says that Pratyusha was happy when Bigg Boss announced mid-week eliminations and was asked to leave the house due to fewer votes from the viewers but he would want to go back again, "I would love to go inside again. Abhi toh maine sirf thapthapaya tha abhi band bajaunga ahcche se... There are lots of people inside the house jinki mujhe band bajani hai... I can't do that to Gauhar Khan because she is plastic. I will see Kamya, Kushal when I enter the house again and of course Pratyusha for whom I want to say that Kyunki Balika bhi kabhi Vadhu thi.' She was happy that I am leaving without me saying anything about her."
Vivek is happy that his movie is releasing soon and plans to continue with his yoga workshops and says, "My movie is titled as 'Mumbai can dance saala' which is based on the life of a bar dancer Tarrannum which will release soon. I will also continue with my yoga workshops, personal training and corporate training."
At one point Andy has said that Vivek calims to be a serious yoga practitioner but yet eats non-veg and smokes too, however Vivek denies this, "I smoke occasionally but I don't eat non-veg. How does Andy know whether or not I eat non-veg. There must be thoughts creeping in his mind for which he is saying that I eat non-veg. When a person starts practicing yoga, bad things automatically go away from him. After I started practicing yoga religiously I became absolutely sorted and sane. Yoga doesn't stop you from anything."
We wish Vivek all the best for his future endeavors!