Why Does a Woman on ‘Bigg Boss’ Always Have to Cry? Asks Dalljiet 

Dalljiet Kaurs shares her experience.

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Recently, the Bigg Boss house experienced its first eviction of the season. TV actor Dalljiet Kaur was the first contestant to be nominated and evicted from the house. For Kaur too this came as a surprise as the actor was not expecting it. She thought the reason was “fake” and completely unjustified.

Dalljiet, who is also a mother to her son named Jaden, spoke about how that was one of the first thoughts she had when she stepped out of the Bigg Boss house. While in the house, she missed her son terribly and was joyous to be reunited with him.


Her reaction on being evicted:

When I got nominated, when Salman sir took my name, I was very shocked. And I was confused because I thought my fans love me, then why didn’t I get votes? But when I got out I realised that I was continuously trending while in the house and even after coming out I was trending. So I realised that the fans still love me.
Dalljiet Kaur

Here’s what Dalljiet thinks about the contestants in the house.

A lot of participants in the house are pretending. They have all watched reality shows and come so they know why they are in Bigg Boss. They know exactly what to do and what to say to get more popularity. 
Dalljiet Kaur

Dalljiet also spoke about how she felt it was unfair of her housemates to keep dragging her son into the arguments in the house. “I did not like it when people kept trying to involve my personal life, even though I wasn’t. And I kept thinking that why does a woman have to cry? And why is it that only when I cry I will get support and sympathy from people? I wasn’t there to gain sympathy.

Despite the good memories, Dalljiet felt like she did not get enough time in the house.

While I was in the house I realised that I am actually very strong and I did not let anything bad happen to me. I also realised my physical strength. I would love to come back as a wild card entry so that I can prove my full potential.
Dalljiet Kaur

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