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Asif: All of them played dirty politics with me on Bigg Boss

October 28, 2013 13:05 IST

Asif: All of them played dirty politics with me on Bigg Boss

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Rajul Hegde in Mumbai

Bangladeshi model Asif Azim was evicted from Bigg Boss on Saturday. He made his grand entry to the house as the first wild card entrant in the third week of the show. 

Asif found fellow contestants devious. 

“I am glad to be out of the house. I knew half of the housemates from before but they were completely different people in the house. I trusted all of them blindly but they all played dirty politics with me. All of them were negative and betrayed me, except Elli." 

Asif got along well with Andy, Sangram and Elli. He also shared a strong bond with the pet dog Heaven.  

"I hope I have inspired at least some people to be decent in the most difficult circumstances. I feel proud to say that I played the game in a dignified manner and even when people were trying to pull me down, I did not give in.

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Image: Asif Azim


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'I never got carried away inside the Bigg Boss house'

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"I haven't done anything wrong inside the house for which people will always remember me even after my death,” he said a trifle melodramatically.

Usually calm and composed, he got into an argument with Armaan when in the house. He says that Armaan “always thinks about giving footage and says kuch karte hai yaar but he always meant let’s fight, which I don't appreciate. Everybody in the house was doing that for the content.”

He knew Gauhar from his modelling days, and also made friends with Pratyusha Banerjee, cashing in on the Bengali connection.

Did he know that Gauhar had said that he was “checking her out” in the house? And that his girlfriend model Candice Pinto was furious at the comment?

“Yes, I got to know about it. I know God is watching us. It has taught me a lot. I never got carried away inside the Bigg Boss house,” he replies.


Image: Asif Azim and Salman Khan


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'It's a dream to be an actor'

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He says visibility on the show has helped him.

“It’s a dream to be an actor. I am a businessman and responsible for the future of 11 children whom I have adopted. By god's grace I am capable, and they are well looked-after.” 


Image: Asif Azim

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