Roopal Tyagi was the first person to enter the house along with partner Digangana Suryavanshi. But the journey was short for Roopal, as she got eliminated on the 14th day. She was the second contestant to get eliminated, after her ex-boyfriend Ankit Gera.
Roopal underwent a lot of ups and downs during her stay int he Bigg Boss house. The actress opened up to her partner Digangana about her relationship with her ex-boyfriend Ankit. She even broke down when Ankit got eliminated in the first week.
In the first luxury budget task, Roopal performed well, but her partner Digangana's underperformance deducted their brownie points. Roopal was also seen irritated with her partner Digangana's slow pace and seen bonding with Aman Verma.
Roopal mostly cooperated in daily tasks and chores, but was irked with Suyyash Rai and Kishwer Merchant's aggressive nature. She was even seen taunting the couple and asked them to stop creating drama to gain footage. But Roopal's taunt backfired on her as the couple blamed Roopal for trying to steal the limelight by creating a hue and cry about having nominated Ankit when he got evicted.
Roopal was seen telling to the media about the contestants who are in the house. She said, Mandana is the self-centered and most selfish person in the Bigg Boss house, while her partner Keith Sequeira is sensible, friendly and caring person. She also added that Kishwer and Suyyash have come well-prepared for the show and Prince is just a part of their preparation.
The actress stated that less visibility was the reason for her exit. As she was not able to create drama in the house, she went invisible and this was the reason for her elimination.
Speaking about her journey, Roopal was quoted as saying, "Bigg Boss was a wonderful experience and I enjoyed every bit of it. Staying without my crucial needs inside the house was extremely difficult and I am happy that I could overcome that. For the first time, I did my own household chores and I even learnt to be self-reliant. It has been a journey which I will remember for a lifetime."