'Bigg Boss' inmates are mad: Kashif
"My experience on the show was terrible! It is a very dangerous show. I thought it would be a fun show where there will be a nice swimming pool, nice girls and friendly people. But there were so many mosquitoes in the pool, the weather inside is so cold, and the water is so cold... so, it was terrible," Kashif told IANS.
The martial arts expert was voted out of the show on Friday, after he had a series of arguments with different housemates within the first week of his stay. He fought with celebrity hairstylist Sapna Bhavnani, model Niketan Madhok and actress Urvashi Dholakia among others.
He alleges that he was victimised and provoked to fight just because he was a common man.
"There are three kinds of people in the show - paagal (mad), desperate and wonderful actors. They had a problem with me and targeted me because I am an aam aadmi (common man). They felt they could dominate me, but because I have no experience in acting, I responded the way anyone else would do," said the 30-year-old, the second evictee of the show.
His anger on the show had reached a stage, where he was given a warning by Bigg Boss as well as the show's host, Bollywood star Salman Khan. That's when Kashif cooled down.
"People on the show pressurised me to keep my cool. Main thanda padh gaya (I cooled down), that's why the audience voted me out," added Kashif, who says that he is glad to be out as he was fed up with the inside politics.
Asked who among the contestants is playing the game, he briskly said: "'Bigg Boss' is not a game. It is original, it is reality. It is not a game show at all. But yes, people are manipulative and there are good players - Sana Khan (model) is very clever, Rajev Paul is playing it well and Urvashi Dholakia too."
According to him, the most non-manipulative players in the show are actress Delnaaz Irani and cartoonist Aseem Trivedit.
Kashif now hopes that his two-week stay on the show has opened doors to Bollywood for him.
"I want to do an action film. I really want one," he added.
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