Cannot believe I was ousted on the basis of votes, says Soni Singh
TV actor Soni Singh, the latest contestant voted out of the Bigg Boss 8 house, says that her eviction from the controversial show came way too soon and she wants to go back on the show as a wildcard contestant in a different avatar.
"I am very disheartened. I don't know how I was eliminated. I cannot believe that I was ousted on the basis of votes. For the past five weeks, my fans have been voting for me and all of a sudden I don't get enough votes? I just want to go back but this time everyone will get to see a new side of me. I just hope that the makers take note of it and I am given a second chance," she says.
Soni treats British actor-model Upen Patel as a brother, says that Patel is fed up of the controversial reality show. "I feel that Upen is fed up of the games being played and the things that happen inside the house on daily basis. But I still feel that he has a chance of winning the show. He is a strong contender," she said.
The genuineness of Soni and Upen's relationship was questioned by a fan recently. When asked about the matter, the actor, best known for playing negative roles in TV soaps like Banoo Main Teri Dulhann and Saraswatichandra among others, said, "I am glad someone pointed it out. Often we do not get to know how things are getting portrayed outside. Upen was angry but I made him understand that may be our actions translated into something else."
She is very happy with her stint on Bigg Boss and said that she is now open to more reality shows, especially dance-based. "I was only doing TV shows as I never thought I would be able to work in the reality space. But I enjoyed my stay on Bigg Boss and I think I am ready to do more reality shows," Soni said.
Bigg Boss hosted by Bollywood star Salman Khan airs everyday on Colors.