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Ratan Rajput: I should have NEVER done Bigg Boss

October 14, 2013 14:51 IST

Ratan Rajput: I should have NEVER done Bigg Boss

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After spending almost a month inside the Bigg Boss house, Ratan Rajput's journey came to an end on the weekend.

The actress, who found fame on TV with Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo and Swayamvar says she was glad she was evicted from the Bigg Boss house.  

“I am glad that I was evicted. People had come with a game plan. There was this class system. Some people thought they were special because they came from a film family,” she says.

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'I didn't play games and that worked against me'

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“I hardly gave content (to the show) and can’t be fake just for the publicity. I didn’t play games and that worked against me," she said.

 “I should have never done this show. It was my fault that I chose to do this show.” 

 However, she did learn something on the show: that she can't handle “fake people” and indulge in politics.

“I decided to participate in the Colors show as I had declined it twice earlier. There is nothing wrong with the show, but the format was too tough for me."


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Ratan admits the prize money was a draw.

“It was tempting and I thought I would regret if I didn’t go on the show. But a fat pay cheque meant nothing to me as I had to go for days without proper meals,” she complains.

The other draw was host of the show, Salman Khan.

“I had a bet with my friend that I would propose to Salman Khan on national television (just before I entered the house). I proposed, and have won Rs 10 lakh!”


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'Kushal and Gauhar are definitely more than good friends'

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The high point of her stay was when she dared to enter a bath tub filled with cow dung.

"I wanted to prove to everyone that I was not a weak link in the house. That was the only reason I did that task."

She also believes that Armaan, who is getting the reputation of being a bully, is a strong player. But he and Tannisha are in competition with Kushal and Gauhar.

"I think Kushal and Gauhar are definitely more than good friends and they look cute together. Of late, they have inspired Arman and Tanisha.”


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'I could not understand Andy in the beginning'

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Of another housemate, Andy, she says, "I could not understand Andy in the beginning. He is very nice to you, but behind your back, he will not spare you. However, he won’t lie to you and will tell you upfront that I said this about you. Once I understood that, I became friends with him."

As for Kamya Punjabi, who nominated Ratan, she says that she is bold but not in front of Armaan. 


Image: Ratan Rajput, Apoorva Agnihotri, Pratyusha Banerjee and Andy


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'I was very scared after I came out of the show'

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Ratan finds Pratusha Banerjee to be a good player because she manages to stay out of things by playing the innocent card.

Asked about her future plans, the actress said, "Right now, I want to stay with my family. I was very scared after I came out of the show -- I felt the cameras were still following me. I need some time to relax." 


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