“Puneetji, calls me son. I have know from the time I was a child and have touched his feet. Imagine this sixty year old man behaving in this way!! He was like a father-figure. But he behaved like a snake in the grass in the Bigg Boss house.” states a visibly hurt Arya.
Puneet’s behaviour rattled Arya. Infact it shook him up. Arya Babbar feels that Puneet Issar is doing all this for content and to stay in he show, but then one cannot do all this at the stake of their own self-respect.
“He probably thinks bad content sells on the show. I guess it’s because my parents didn’t bring me up to abuse women and to misbehave with people in public places. It’s not part of my nature to be. But no regrets! I’ve come out at just the right time. It’s a fine show that teaches you to value your own space.” stated Arya Babbar.
His voice kept dipping and rising as he relived the whole experience of spending eight weeks inside the Bigg Boss 8 house.
“A distinctive characteristic of every person was highlighted on the show- sweet, self-obsessed, quarrelsome, dumb and hypocrite. Puneet Issar was obnoxious, cheap and dirty. He represents the dirt and murk of the society. He would call someone his son and daughter and then later talk bad behind their backs,” Arya told after his eviction from the Bigg Boss house.
All said and done, Arya Babbar has found a friend in Upen Patel and has come out of the Bigg Boss house as a wiser man.
“The one lesson that I’ve learnt from the experience is that one should live your life honestly and generously. Because life is too short. I admit I was short-tempered earlier on. One gets frustrated and bitter when one’s life and career don’t go as planned. With time, I’ve learnt to curb my temper. Inside the Bigg Boss house, I am proud to say I remained restrained in spite of the utmost provocation. I was even manhandled.” states Arya.
When asked who he would like to see as the winner of Bigg Boss 8, Arya stated that he wants his friend, Upen Patel to win the show.
“I also came away from Bigg Boss with a life-long friend Upen Patel. He wept copiously when I left Bigg Boss. I cried too. If I’ve made one true friend during this experience, I think my stint in Bigg Boss’ was a success. I want Upen to win. But he is very nice and sober so I think he will be evicted very soon.”
Here’s wishing Arya Babbar all the best for a bright future.
Arya Babbar, who was the seventh contestant to be evicted from the Bigg Boss 8 house, has come out with no hard feelings for anyone except for Puneet ...1.5