Didn't win 'Bigg Boss', but ruled it: Sreesanth

IANS
Monday, December 31, 2018

Former Indian cricketer Sreesanth, who lost the "Bigg Boss 12" trophy to actress Dipika Kakar, says that he did not win the show, but ended up winning thousands of hearts.

"Though I have not become the winner of the show, I have won so many hearts. Isn't that a remarkable achievement? When I entered the show, I thought that I would get evicted in a week or two, but I survived. Not only survived, I ruled the show," Sreesanth told IANS.

Be it his threats of quitting the show or his aggressive fights with co-contestants, Sreesanth was always in news during his "Bigg Boss" journey.

Asked if all that was his strategy to make him reach the finals, the 35-year old denied and said: "Everything that you saw in the show was natural and spontaneous. Nothing was planned and scripted. I did not even make any strategy."

"I did not plan that I would react to things in some particular manner. I was being myself. And talking about fights, they obviously will happen because living inside the house for over 90 days with different kinds of people ain't easy."

In an earlier interview to IANS, Sreesanth, who was slapped a life ban by the BCCI in 2015 for alleged involvement in betting and spot fixing, said he wanted to enter the "Bigg Boss" house to change people's perception about his image.

The first runner-up of the show, which concluded on Sunday, "thanked people" for understanding him and "giving him a chance to prove himself".

"I am honoured and blessed to receive so much love from people. My fans supported me throughout my thick and thin. This show has given me a lot, though nothing compared to the game of cricket," he added.

Sreesanth will now amaze viewers with his stunts in another reality show titled "Khatron Ke Khiladi".

Express your comment on this article

Submit your comments...
     
Disclaimer: The views expressed here are strictly personal and IndiansinKuwait.com does not hold any responsibility on them. We shall endeavour to upload/publish as many of the comments that are submitted as possible within a reasonable span of time, but we do not guarantee that all comments that are submitted will be uploaded/published. Messages that harass, abuse or threaten other members; have obscene, unlawful, defamatory, libellous, hateful, or otherwise objectionable content; or have spam, commercial or advertising content or links are liable to be removed by the editors. We also reserve the right to edit the comments that do get published. Please do not post any private information unless you want it to be available publicly.

Community News
 

South India's leading choreographer and national award winner Kala Master opens Kala's Kalalaya - dance school in Kuwait in...

Just like there were Kings, Queens and there were Legends, there are leaders and there are Titans in Toastmasters. Amongst u...

Shito-Ryu Karate Kuwait hosted their Belt Awarding Ceremony on 11th January 2019 at Kuwait Karate Federation. Black belt was...

YMCA Kuwait conducted Christmas Carol competitions at Indian Community Senior School Auditorium, Salmiya. The program starte...

“Teen Beats 2K19” a one day camp organized by Kuwait India Fraternity Forum (KIFF) gave an exceptional experience to the st...