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It was my dream to watch my journey video : Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia
After her elimination from Bigg Boss 16, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia talks about her journey, whether she was favoured and why she wanted to be open about her mental health issues. The Choti Sarrdaarni actor was eliminated on Monday night, after audience members, who entered the house, voted for the final five.
Nimrit mentioned that she is ‘obviously’ sad as it was her dream to watch her journey video. However, she added that there’s no regret and she’s proud of herself. “Yes, there was just a limited audience voting for us. If it was also pan-India, I might be still inside. I believe in fate and karma, and I think it was my destiny to come out now.”
Speaking about her journey in the house she said , “ The journey indeed has been very beautiful and enriching . I am extremely grateful for being a part of the show . My fans have been very supportive throughout and i can feel their anguish but I want to tell everyone that my journey has just begin”
Sharing on what she missed the most she said , “ I have missed my mom dad the most , whenever i felt low inside the house this thought kept me going that I had to do it for my fans and them “
Throughout the season, a section of the audience felt that Nimrit was favoured by the channel, given she’s a ‘Colors face’. They makers were accused of making her captain time and again and even saving her from nomination. When asked about the same, the actor said, “Everyone has the right to have an opinion, and I truly respect them. But I don’t think I was favoured at all. It’s all a big misconception. If I was favoured, I don’t think I would be out right now. Isn’t it?”
Nimrit added that she’s taking back so much from the show, from ‘great friendship’ to having ‘increased her patience level’ and also her ‘next project’, Love Sex Aur Dhoka 2.