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No regrets at all: Rahul Mahajan

"I absolutely have no regrets for leaving the Bigg Boss house. What I did was completely voluntary. There cannot be compromise when it comes to values and principles", said Rahul Mahajan.

india Updated: Nov 23, 2008 17:21 IST

Per se, he is not the winner. But he was the much talked-about housemate of Bigg Boss 2 and hogged all the limelight even after his voluntary exit from the house, winning the title of the Sabse Bada Dilwala.

Needless to say, Rahul Mahajan's the biggest achievement is that post-Bigg Boss he would be remembered as a participant of this game show and not the one caught snorting drugs after the death of his father and BJP leader Pramod Mahajan.

"I absolutely have no regrets for leaving the Bigg Boss house. What I did was completely voluntary. There cannot be compromise when it comes to values and principles", said Rahul, who won a car as prize on the show.

Just five days before the completion of the show, Rahul had voluntarily exited from the Bigg Boss 2 and also refused to apologise for his breach of house rules of the reality show.

"I had broken the rules of the house and the game. Thought it was four of us who had jumped out of the house, if someone had to bear the punishment for it, it had to be me," he said.

It is an open secret that Rahul always campaigned for Ashutosh Kaushik, the MTV Roadies winner and a housemate, to win. "If anyone really needed the money among us, it was Ashu. The prize money would definitely make a difference to his life", he said, adding, "All were capable of winning".

Ashu has won Rs one crore as prize money.

"After being in the house, I return as a person who now can do all domestic chores and is more patient. I absolutely have no regrets", Rahul added.