Priya plays smart, not dirty: Digangana
Mumbai : TV actress Digangana Suryavanshi, the latest contestant to get evicted from “Bigg Boss Nau”, feels the wildcard entrant Priya Malik deserves to win the show as she is playing a smart game.
“Bigg Brother” Australia fame Priya entered the house two weeks ago and has managed to grab eyeballs for her logical reasoning during arguments and putting across her opinions confidently.
“I think the way Priya is playing is very layered… She is very smart. She is playing a smart game but not dirty. I feel she has the qualities of the winner of the show,” Digangna told PTI post her elimination.
One contestant, who, however, managed to annoy Digangana is Rochelle Rao but the “Veera” star does not blame the model entirely for her recent snappy behaviour.
“Rochelle has become annoying of late. She is a very sweet girl otherwise. She offers help, make-up, clothes and talks nicely too but I think since Keith came, she got to know some things which have disturbed her and that frustration is coming out in every conversation of hers with other contestants.”
Her eight-week stay not only “groomed” her but also gave Digangana a chance to bury the hatchet with co-contestant Rishabh Sinha.
According to reports, back in 2013, Digangana, who played Rishabh’s on-screen sister on TV show “Qubool Hai”, was thrown out of the show because of her annoying behaviour and spat with Rishabh.
She had reportedly accused him of abusing her. The actress is, now, happy that on “Bigg Boss”, they both patched up.
“When he entered the show, I was obviously not happy but later we spoke and he apologised to me. I don’t believe in keeping grudges for life so I thought to let it go. People in the house raised eyebrows on our changed equation, but we were just trying to make sure that the other person is comfortable now that the fight is over.
“Rishabh is a good guy, he goes overboard at times but knows how to put control on himself. After he comes out, I think we will get along very well.”
Digangana’s elimination was not done on the basis of public voting but by the votes of rest of the housemates.