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‘I’m happy to hear people wanted me to win Bigg Boss’

Friday, 05 July 2013 06:59 Written by 

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Arun Sagar Bigg Boss runner-up IshQ Bector Hip Hop artiste


National award-winning art director and actor in the Kannada industry who came second in the recently concluded first season of the reality show Bigg Boss (ETV Kannada).


Did you think you would complete 98 days at Bigg Boss?


Normally, I don't think hard when I do something. At Bigg Boss, though, I was getting worked up about everything. I never work intending to reach some destination, but my work takes me places. I believe that is what happened at Bigg Boss as well.


On social networking sites, viewers are commenting you are the real winner and you deserved the title more than Vijay Raghavendra. Your comments?


I'm happy to hear that from the audience. But no one knows how voting takes place. Maybe Vijay really got more votes than me and won the show. Vijay is more than a friend and brother to me, and I'm extremely happy about his win. We were like a family in the Bigg Boss house and I think he really deserves it. I'm certainly not sad about losing the game to him.


Do you think you lost because of your closeness to actress Chandrika?


No, definitely not. We spent time together and are just friends. Such statements might hurt her, and I don't want to hurt any women. Bigg Boss was not an election; people who liked us voted for us. I would like to say sorry if I have done anything wrong, but the truth is we always lived like a family inside the Big Boss house.

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