Model-turned-host Shonali Nagrani, who was voted out of the Bigg Boss 5, says clash of male egos has worsened the atmosphere inside the house. "Amar (Upadhyay) and Sky (Akashdeep Saigal) are playing dirty games inside the house and I really don't want either of them to win,"
Shonali told IANS on phone after coming out of the Bigg Boss house. "Ever since male contestants entered the show, the whole environment of the show turned negative because there were clashes of male egoes all the time," she added.
The Colors show started off with 13 female contestants and Shakti Kapoor as the only male inmate. However, Amar Upadhyay, Siddharth Bhardwaj and Akashdeep Saigal entered the reality show hosted by Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt.
Shonali, who alleged Amar made advances at her, feels the actor is rude and selfish.
"He is a family man and I won't like to talk about that issue now. I feel I should have talked to him about it then, but as a girl I really didn't have the guts to go upto him and talk about it. But he is playing a dirty game and I don't have a respect for him. He is a very rude and a selfish man," rued Shonali. "I don't like people who play mind games. He is very calculative. He only thinks from his mind and not from his heart. In his mind games, he has hurt a lot of people. He is completely opposite of what Mihir was on screen," she added.
As for Siddharth, she said: "He is a really good boy. He's a young blood. All the other contestants are 15-Oct years older than him. Sometimes he looses direction because of the age, but he is indeed handling everything very nicely inside the house."
Shonali wants Juhi Parmar to win the show.
"I really want a woman to win the show and I wish Juhi emerges as the winner as she is a very positive and honest person and fights for truth. She might have been shown as an aggressive person in other reality show, but every human being has negatives and positives. I have a lot of respect for her," she said.
However, Shonali admits her eviction has disappointed her.
"I have mixed feelings. At one point I am happy that I would be able to celebrate my birthday with my family, but at the same time I am disappointed as I wanted to stay inside the house for a longer time," she said.
Bigg Boss has been a great platform for her and calls it a career boost. "I discovered a lot new things about myself. The entire experience has helped learn how to tackle situations."
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