The inmates in Bigg Boss house are gradually decreasing as weeks pass by, and this week saw the ouster of Alina Wadiwalla from the house. The young and chirpy photographer had her share of good and bad memories in the house.
So there was no bad memory at all? “Well the bad memory was just that we could not complete few of the tasks given to us. Otherwise everything was good,” she adds.
Is there any regret of getting eliminated? “Well yes and no. The reason for saying yes is that I wanted to win the show and be with my reel life family for a longer period. And no regret because now I’ll be joining my family mom, dad, sister everybody whom I have missed a lot”, avers Alina.
Tell us about one person to whom you were very close? “There was no body who was close to me. But if I had to take a name then it was Rakhi. She is in real a sister figure to me,” she chirps.
Lately it was seen that you shared a good rapport with Sambhavana too? “I was not so close to Sambhavana, it was only that she needed help as she was injured and I did that. I have not set my priorities in the house nor did I have any influence,” speaks the photographer.
If given chance would you like to re-enter as a wild card entry? “Of course yes, I would love to go back in there and win.”
Can you describe about the nature of your house mates in one word? “Payal is reserved, Sambhavana is kiddish, Raja is a good person but still to be discovered, Rahul is chirpy and Krishna of our house, Zulfi is quiet, Eshaanji is like a leader, Diana is a strong and intellectual person, Ashutosh is pagal but a nice guy,” quips Alina.
“Even those who are eliminated like Ketkiji was a motherly figure for all of us, Rakhi as an elder sister, Monica very girly and calm and about Sanjay Nirupamji I can’t say much because I did not get much time to know him,” she adds further.
Any memorable moment in the show! “Every moment was memorable for me and I thank Bigg Boss was giving me such a good platform. This show has definitely made me popular now,” she concludes.
Reporter: Rachana Trivedi, Ranjini Nair
Author: Rachana Trivedi