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'It was a nightmare to live in Bigg Boss'

Last updated on: November 24, 2014 18:48 IST

Nigaar Khan'I thought I would be able to bring some positive energy to the house, but the people suspected my intentions, judged me and I was unable to overcome their negativity,' Nigaar Khan tells Rajul Hegde.

Starlet Nigaar Khan becomes the first wild card entrant to be shown the door in the ongoing reality show Bigg Boss.

She was in the Bigg Boss house for just two weeks.

Was she shocked at her quick exit?

"People will not forget the Khan Sisters. My sister (Gauahar Khan) came out as the winner of the last season of Bigg Boss while I have come out of the house in two weeks!" she laughs.

"It was a blessing in disguise because they nominated me. I am glad that I am out of that hell-hole. Everyone is so negative in the house. It was a nightmare to live in the house," she adds.

"Thanks to all my fans for wishing the best for me and bringing me back to my beautiful world of positive and genuine people,” she says.

She says she entered the house with the aim of bringing the contestants together and breaking the groupism that prevailed.

 “I thought I would be able to bring some positive energy to the house, but the people suspected my intentions, judged me and I was unable to overcome their negativity,” she rues.

She thinks being a wild card entry was a disadvantage.

“I took time to mingle with the housemates. I wanted to stay longer but because of the groupism inside I didn’t stand a chance. Also the audience connect would have been far better had I been a regular contestant," she says.

Nigaar is very upset with Puneet Issar for calling her a drama queen and saying she wept crocodile tears.

“Puneet Issar wanted to command respect but ended up demanding respect. He keeps telling people ‘God Bless’ when what he actually means is ‘go to hell’. Considering his behaviour towards me, I can't respect him at all. He doesn't deserve it."

She adds, “When I was leaving the show, they showed me the footage of Puneet bad mouthing me. He must have been shocked because Salman Khan (the host of the show) stood up for me and reprimanded him."

Salman Khan and Nigaar Khan

Image: Salman Khan and Nigaar Khan on Bigg Boss 8

She thinks Upen Patel is "the most genuine guy in the house. He knows how to talk to women without any ulterior motives.”

She made no new friends inside the house.

“Diandra Sores was just an acquaintance before I entered the house. She never stood by me when I needed her most," she says.

Nigaar believes there was no place in the house for her kind of personality. "I was a strong personality in the house and someone who voiced her opinions. I come out as a good human being.

“I needed to go through this experience to know the value of positive people around me outside the house.

“I have a beautiful life and need to hold on to it," she concludes.

Rajul Hegde/ Rediff.com in Mumbai
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