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Bigg Boss 13: 'Those four women are fake'

October 23, 2019 09:00 IST

'Devoleena Bhattacharjee and Rashami are continuously plotting and planning. It's madness!'
'Shefali Bagga and Mahira Sharma also do that to a certain level.'

Abu Malik is the third contestant to get evicted from Bigg Boss 13.

After taking some time to open up, the music composer soon became the decision-maker of the house.

Often criticised for not contributing enough to the tasks, Abu took the remarks with a pinch of salt.

He held on to Asim's hand to save the duo from nominations, braving the torture.

"To come out with dignity and decency is a big thing," he tells Rediff.com Contributor Rajul Hegde. 

You seemed to be partial towards the boys.

There is something called male bonding, and that's what happened there.

I liked the sincerity of Asim Riaz and Siddharth Shukla.

How they have taken care of their physicality was an interesting topic to discuss. They were helpful and gave me tips.

I cannot sit with girls and gossip or play a lover boy at this stage of my life.

The girls did try to manipulate the boys with their beautiful smiles and looks but I did not find that attractive in any way. 

 

Do you think the house is divided in two because of Rashami and Siddharth's rivalry?

The house is divided into two because of Paras Chhabra.

He has set up a team with the girls on one side.

He tries to manipulate everything.

Meanwhile, the boys got together and had a good time.

People have started looking it them as a group but we were not.

It's Siddharth vs Paras in the house. Who do you think is the most dangerous person?

There's nothing like that.

Asim, Siddharth and I bonded well. Later, Arti and Shehnaaz joined us.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee and Rashami are continuously plotting and planning. It's madness!

Shefali Bagga and Mahira Sharma also do that to a certain level.

It’s strange that even before knowing each other, people can hate them.

I have lived in the house for 23 days. Initially, Devoleena would say, 'I don’t like this guy; I hate him.'

I am ready to forgive and forget. Actually, it does not matter.

I don’t want to meet these people outside, in my life.

Those four women are fake. 

The rest of the housemates are simple and cool.

What do you have to say about the Paras-Shehnaaz-Mahira love triangle?

There is no love triangle because Mahira was very clear that she is not into that.

Paras played along with Shehnaaz and she got carried away.

Later, she realised that he was fooling around with her, so she backed out.

These things happen in the game.

There is no right or wrong inside the house; everything is just for the game.

Koena Mitra said Shehnaaz is not as innocent like she pretends to be. Dalljiet Kaur endorsed it.

Could be (laughs).

Isn’t she doing it well?

Salman Khan and Boman Irani are taken in by her act.

Shehnaaz doesn’t know what they will ask but she has all the right answers. That's worth the praise.

She is playing the game in her own way, unlike the others.

She is not banking on anybody but instead, she's making people like her.

She is in Salman Khan's favour, and is very smart in manipulating the voters.

Do you think she is deliberately making friends with the boys to save herself from eviction?

Yes, she has realised that the girls are not supporting her, so the best way is to make friends with the boys.

She has a good wit and knows how to use it.

 

Do you think Asim and Arti have no stand in the house?

Asim is young. People admire him for his physique and he has a huge fan following.

He presents himself very well and gets anger at the right time.

As of now, Arti is playing safe but slowly, she will come out of it.

When Dalljiet came out, she said you were missing good food in the house. Rashami was upset that you didn’t like her food.

Dalljiet gave us good food for a day or two.  

She probably understood what Paras, Siddharth, Asim and I like to have.

The food was there but only rice and dal, no pickle.

When Bigg Boss realised that we were eating a lot of chillies with rice and dal, he reduced that (laughs).

I used to hide food items, so Siddharth and Asim would look at me if they needed anything extra.

I was tired of eating rice and dal everyday.

It's not like I didn’t like her food.

When I suggested that they make egg curry, everybody pounced on me like I made a huge mistake.

But when the egg curry was made, everybody had only that (laughs).

What did you miss in the house?

I missed my family and my dog.

The stay was terrific and I loved every bit of it.

It’s good to know that people can live with strangers and share a bond.

They can live without the TV, the phone and newspapers.

To come out with dignity and decency is a big thing.

I just wish I could have gotten a couple of more weeks to make my presence felt.

I will miss Asim and Siddharth.

RAJUL HEGDE / Rediff.com
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