Exclusive: Bigg Boss 15 evicted contestant Simba Nagpal feels Tejasswi Prakash is especially ‘hungry for screen space’

    Exclusive: Bigg Boss 15 evicted contestant Simba Nagpal feels Tejasswi Prakash is especially ‘hungry for screen space’

    BB15: Simba feels Tejasswi is ‘hungry for screen space’

    Exclusive: Bigg Boss 15 evicted contestant Simba Nagpal feels Tejasswi Prakash is especially ‘hungry for screen space’

    One of the most peaceful and calm contestants of Bigg Boss season 15, Simba Nagpal was evicted from the reality show last week. What broke hearts is the fact that this elimination was not based on audiences’ votes. The housemates were given a chance to save their loved ones and in the end, the burden of the final decision came on Pratik Sehajpal’s shoulders-- he had to choose between his new buddy Simba and his OTT connection Neha Bhasin. Well, Simba’s journey in the BB house was short but sweet, because he didn’t fight or get into arguments for the camera. But he feels there were many who were desperate to be seen on the show.

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    In an exclusive chat with Desimartini post his eviction, Simba revealed which contestant he feels is hungry for screen time. He shared, “There are like many actually. I’ll say like fake is a big word to say but if I talk about hungry for screen space, then everyone was like hungry for screen space. Especially, I’d like to say, Tejasswi (Prakash) who’s really a gem of a person in real life. She’s really hungry for screen space, I believe so, and she puts in extra efforts to be seen on screen.” He went on to add, “And Vishal Kotian, Jay Bhanushali and many more I’d like to say that they all are so hungry for screen space, which is not a bad thing, I’ll say. It’s a good thing only to be hungry for such things. But I, in particular, would want to see a real person on-screen because in the end it’s a reality show and I want to see the real side of them rather than, you know, what they want to show us.”

    Simba further shared that there are many youngsters in the audience who can easily get impacted by what is shown on TV, as they look up to these celebrities. He explained, “What message am I sending the audience? So kahin na kahin I’ll just like to say that being hungry for screen space is alright but you need to make sure what you’re showing on screen too, because people are looking up to you and aap kuchh bhi mat dikhaayie, and aggression ko bilkul bhi promote mat kijiye, that’s what I’d like to say.”

    Well, he does have a point!



    Updated: November 28, 2021 06:28 PM IST
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