I Want To Get Back Into The Bigg Boss House: Actress Rekha’s Interview Goes Viral!

Here’s what Rekha had to say!

Bigg Boss Tamil is going strong and every episode is creating quite a stir. With Suresh Chakravarthy’s talk on groupism to Anitha Sampath garnering the sympathy of her fans, this year’s reality show seems to be going ontrack. The first elimination of the show has been Rekha who created a stir few months ago addressing a controversy that is directly proportionate to the #metoo controversy.

Post her elimination, Rekha took to social media to express her emotions. “Love you both and missing you badly my challakuttuies…..ummmmmma,” wrote Rekha dedicating the post to Balaji Murugadoss and Shivani Narayanan.

Now Rekha has been interviewed after her elmination and here’s what she had to say. “I had so many questions about the show. My daughter is a big fan of Bigg Boss and watches it in multiple languages. I have seen only bits and pieces and have wondered if it was scripted. Be it the crying or arguments – I thought it was too extreme. I wanted to experience it and so, I decided to be part of it. I wanted to know how it feels to live independently without any communication with the outside world. Now that I’ve been there for nearly two weeks, I can say that my opinion about the show has changed. We can’t communicate to anyone outside and all that you watch inside the house is real. I must say that I enjoyed it to the maximum,” stated Rekha.

She further added, “I am obsessed about keeping things clean and living my life with a certain discipline. When I tried to enforce that, they thought I was being rude. I wasn’t rude, but I was speaking to 20-year-olds and realised that I should change my tone. Everyone felt that I had this childish behaviour, but that is who I am,” further adding, “I learnt that you need to think and talk. Sometimes, you go with the flow and it ends being misinterpreted. So, that’s something I learnt. In hindsight, I feel that I was too childish and innocent. I could have played much better. In the ‘Eviction-free pass’ task, I felt I gave up too easily. I want to enter the house again as I’ve understood the game only now,” she smiles, adding, “But I am so thankful for all the love I am receiving. I never expected this… in fact, that’s what makes me want to go back to the house again.”


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