Evicted Poojas open up about Bigg Boss
Bigg Boss inmates Pooja Misrra and Pooja Bedi talk about co-inmates, challenges, controversies and life in the house. Controversial inmate and anchor Pooja Misrra describes her eight-week long stay in the Bigg Boss house as a 'rollercoaster ride', while Pooja Bedi seemed to be quite happy about her exit.tv Updated: Nov 28, 2011 01:05 IST
Controversial inmate and anchor Pooja Misrra describes her eight-week long stay in the Bigg Boss house as a "rollercoaster ride".
The 27-year-old, who was asked to get out of the reality show thanks to her indiscipline, and a reported scuffle with inmate VJ Sidharth Bhardwaj on Saturday morning, believes that everyone in the house created unnecessary fuss when it came to her.
"I honestly didn’t expect to get out of the house this way. But everyone in the house used to instigate me a lot. All I told them when they did that was to say ‘Please spare me’," says Pooja, who got into major fights with fellow inmates including Pooja Bedi, Amar Upadhyay, Vida Samadzai and Shonali Nagrani, during her stay in the house.
Misrra believes she was the only genuine person in the house, and says: "Everyone else has an agenda with which they have entered the house. They all attempted to crush me as much as they can but thankfully I managed to stand to my ground."
Tell her how the evicted contestants have been calling her a drama queen and hungry for TRPs and she says, "Really? I didn’t wear any fake lashes or put up a fake face, I was most real in the house. They all have their own delusions."
Would she like if to go inside the house again, if given a chance? "Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh (thinking) Let’s leave it at that, says Misrra, who now plans to relax by going on a vacation.
Actor and TV anchor Pooja Bedi, who got evicted from the Bigg Boss house recently, seemed to be quite happy about her exit. Talking about her stay in the house, the 41-year-old says, “My stay in the Bigg Boss house was incredible, crazy and encapsulated variety of emotions. But I’m very happy that I’m out, and will now be able to spend my daughter Aalia’s birthday with her.”
What’s her view on co-inmate Pooja Misrra, who was asked to leave the same day due to her violent ways? “I think it was unethical to have someone like Pooja Misrra in the house. She is not normal and seriously needs professional help. It was scary to have her in the house. Her erratic mood swings, suicidal tendencies and ability for black magic need to be looked into.”
However, Bedi feels the most negative person in the house was Mehak Chahal. “Mehak is the most negative person I’ve ever encountered in my life. She has major anger management issues.”
The growing closeness between Sky and Bedi had led to rumours of something brewing between them. But Bedi denies any romantic angle and says: “There is nothing romantic between us. We are best of buddies. The hugs and kisses are a part of my personality. You would have seen me kissing hugging and cuddling Juhi as well. So for me they both are two great individuals. He is a very affectionate person. He’s a sweetheart.”