The Australian model Lucinda Nicholas, who was among the four 'padosi' contestants in TV reality show 'Big Boss', was evicted from the house due to low voting from the other contestants.
In an interview with Indian Express, the model, after getting out of the house, made some shocking revelations.
Here are some of the revelations made by her:
Blames Luv and Mehjabi for her elimination
“I am extremely disappointed with my elimination. It was Luv and Mehjabi who couldn’t be in their characters and thus our secret was out. I had to pay the price of their mistake. It’s a really sad feeling. While me and Sabyasachi were in our characters, Luv was not comfortable portraying a homosexual and thus gave up when Vikas (Gupta) questioned him. Even Mehjabi wasn’t convincing enough. It’s so sad that we lost the task so soon and the housemates chose me without any consideration of the way I performed,” she was quoted by the portal.
Language was 'a barrier' for her
“Firstly language was a major issue but I was learning. Now I can have an entire conversation in Hindi. Secondly, when I entered the show, I was astonished and with so many powers in the padosis hands. I was taking time to understand the game. Yes, I regret going in a shell trying to cope up with the surprises but that’s my personality. Also from the time, we entered the main house, I did not want to fight and create controversy for we had to maintain our characters and also the position of decision makers,” she added.
She finds Akash Dadlani’s thought process cheap
Lucinda said, “Initially it was funny the way he sang for me but it slowly turned really dirty. He kept asking me to kiss him and even when I said no, he kept on persuading me. It was disgusting when he told me that a girl’s no actually means yes. That’s a very cheap thought and I am relieved to get away from him.”
She can’t pick a winner yet
“It’s very difficult to choose a winner now as people have just started opening up. It will take some few more weeks before we know their real personality. But I really support Hina Khan, Hiten and Puneesh Sharma,” Nicholas said.