Bigg Boss 12 contestant Surbhi Rana after being evicted: 'Would love it if the trophy went to Karanvir'
Bigg Boss 12 evicted contestant Surbhi Rana opens up about who she felt should have been evicted instead of her and who should win this edition of Bigg Boss.
Bigg Boss 12 contestant Surbhi Rana got evicted just three days before the grand finale. Surbhi's eviction came as a surprise as she was the only contestant to win 'Ticket to Finale' task and directly enter the finale week. Surbhi entered the house along with Romil Chaudhary as a wild card contestant. In an exclusive chat with Firstpost, Surbhi called herself a winner and reacted on Sreesanth’s wife Bhuvneshwari Devi slamming her on national television.
You missed it by a whisker. You came so near to winning the game. It must be really disappointing..
I came so far and for that, I am really happy and proud of myself. I believed that I will win and I am already feeling like a winner. It is just that the trophy which will go to another person but I still see myself as the winner.
Why do you feel you received fewer number of votes?
I thought that the trophy would come to me but then it is all about voting. I always took a stand for myself. I showed my strength in all the tasks. I gave my opinion wherever it was required. But even then if people didn't vote for me, what can be done? I respect the decision of the voters.
Who do you feel should have been evicted, instead of you?
I think Romil Chaudhary should have been evicted because he is such a confused person. I am surprised to see that people have voted for him.
Who do you think should win the show now?
I would love it if the trophy went to Karanvir because he is a nice soul. I will remain friends with him. I like Deepak, and with Romil also, I had a great bond.
And what about Deepika and Sreesanth? They too are considered to be strong contenders.
Well, they have a bond and I don’t want to comment on that. They are good; they have this sister and brother bond which comes out well. It’s nice.
Do you think it’s unfair to the commoners that the celebrities at times get away without playing the game well or performing tasks?
You can see that for yourself. Celebrities are well-known faces; they have a majority of people as their fans and obviously anything they do is appreciated by their fans. Even if they do something wrong, their fans still are very understanding towards them.
You looked quite distressed the last few days.
Last few days were distressful because everybody was targeting me for the past issues and that was very disappointing because everybody has made mistakes in the house. Why I say I feel like a winner is because I made mistakes, I accepted them, I said sorry and moved on. I worked on myself and I learnt so much. If you all are mature people and you're on the same platform as me, then you should be understanding and appreciate the change in a person. But they were not doing that maybe because they were scared or feeling insecure, obviously because I was very strong competition.
Much earlier, you would go around raving and ranting inside the house when you got worked up. Is that your personality?
Yes, I am that person. I am very expressive about my feelings. Till the end, I was vocal and was putting across my point just that I have a loud voice but I modified my behaviour. It was a good modification and good change in me.
Lastly, Sreesanth's wife Bhuvneshwari Devi gave you quite an earful on national television during the family task, making you cry...
Yes, she did. She is his wife and must have felt the need to do so. I was the only one who would give it back to him if I didn’t like something. She may have not liked that. And I believe instead of giving me gyaan to correct myself, she should have asked him (Sreesanth) to work on his behaviour. I don't regret that I objected to his misbehaviour.
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