Falaq Naaz, who recently appeared in Bigg Boss OTT season 2, garnered admiration for her graceful approach to the game. The actress faced a challenging period following the tragic loss of her close friend and actress, Tunisha Sharma, who tragically passed away. Falaq and her family shared a deep bond with Tunisha, and her untimely demise profoundly impacted them.
In an interview with one of the leading portals, Falaq Naaz revealed that the actress was never scared of doing Bigg Boss. Talking on the same, the actress further responded that her firm belief was that when one knows their truth, they should boldly step forward and face whatever judgments may come their way. She was well aware that people would form their own opinions regardless of her actions, and thus, she saw the value in presenting herself on a national platform and letting the audience make their judgments.
Her decision to join Bigg Boss had been influenced by the realization that she couldn't individually explain her side of the story to everyone. It was simply impractical to do so. Hence, she saw the show as an opportunity to showcase herself to a broad audience. After the traumatic incident involving her family and the loss of her dear one, there was a period in her life when she struggled with her confidence. It had become incredibly challenging for her to recite dialogues, deliver lines, or even attend auditions. Her self-assurance had hit rock bottom. In this context, Bigg Boss came into her life precisely at the right moment.
Falaq viewed Bigg Boss as the perfect platform where she could be herself, surrounded by cameras without the need to act or put on a facade. This experience played a significant role in helping her regain her lost confidence. Now, she yearns to return to acting and dive back into portraying different characters, feeling reinvigorated and ready to take on new challenges in her career.