Television anchor Mandeep Bevli, who was evicted from the Bigg Boss 5 house on Saturday, has revealed that there is nothing true and honest about the show and all the contestants are acting for money. The reality show contestant says that she had a very discomforting and eye-opening experience in the house for five weeks.
Talking to the PTI, Mandeep Bevli said, "My experience was discomforting and eye-opening. I learnt a few things but I am shocked to see what all people do for money. I am amazed that people can stoop so low just to survive. Entering Big Boss house was a big mistake. I didn't know the concept of the show before and so I took the wrong decision."
Mandeep Bevli describes contestants as fake and they are acting for the cameras. The TV anchor added, "There is nothing true and honest about the show. All the contestants are acting. This shows the desperation for money in them. There was an incident in the house when Pooja Mishra was fighting with Amar Upadhyay and I started laughing because I found it funny but everybody else asked me not to as we were asked to appear serious."
Mandeep is happy to be out because she was not keeping well in the Bigg Boss house. She said, "I have serious health issues and was not keeping well. I didn't want to stay in the house anymore as my condition was deteriorating. And moreover I think I couldn't keep up with the standards these people were playing at."
When asked her about who is playing a smart game in the Bigg Boss 5 house, Mandeep Bevli pointed out Juhi Parmar. She said, "She is very smart and has bonded well with everybody. She calls everyone her brother and sister so that nobody nominates her for eviction."