Bigg Boss 9 contestant Roopal Tyagi takes a dig at Mandana
New Delhi: Actress Roopal Tyagi, who is the second contestant to get eliminated from the controversial reality show "Bigg Boss Nau", says actress Mandana Karimi is "selfish" and she doesn't want to "associate" herself with her.
"When you live in a house with 14 people you have to think about others... I agree it's a game show and they are not your family and you have to play the game but there are certain things where you can adjust.. She's the kind of person who would not let that happen. That's why I feel she is selfish and doesn't care about humanity at all," Roopal told IANS.
Asked if she would like to meet Mandana once she is out, Roopal said: "No, I don't like such people...I don't want to associate myself with her. But, if I ever meet her I will be cordial."
The 26-year-old said that her two week journey in the "Bigg Boss Nau" house was “not easy" but it did teach her to "appreciate little things in life".
Roopal, who was the first celebrity to enter the house along with partner Digangana Suryavanshi, says she does not have any intentions to enter the "Bigg Boss" again even as a wild card.
"I would not want to enter the house again. But if the makers decide to put me in the house, I'll have to go because it is in the contract. But if I'm given a choice, I would not want to go again,” she said.
Roopal has featured in the TV show "Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke" along with former boyfriend Ankit Gera, who was also a contestant for the controversial show and was the first to get eliminated.
Asked why she got emotional after Ankit got eliminated as she had nominated him, Roopal said: "In the house equation with people change on a daily basis. On the first two days there was a lot of negativity around me and Ankit but, from the third day we had kind of become neutral towards each other...When he was eliminated I found myself responsible for it."
What are her future plans?
"I am planning to live my life, enjoy the little things, and spending times with my loved ones. In the professional front if the promotions of my Kannada film starts, I might do that,” she said.
Other contestants left in "Bigg Boss Nau" include Prince Narula, Suyyash Rai, Kishwar Merchant, Keith Sequira, Rochelle Rao, Aman Verma, Vikas Bhalla, Yuvika Chaudhary, Digangana Suryavanshi, Rimi Sen and Arvind Vegda.