The youngest contestant on the show Pratyusha often criticized for her adolescent behaviour. The moment she set foot inside the 'Bigg Boss' house, she found a close friend in Kamya who soon become her best friend, support and confidant. The duo were like peas in a pod and would always stand up for each other. Apart from Kamya, Pratyusha also found friends in Armaan, who fondly called her 'chutki' but his closeness to Tanishaa gradually drew her away from him.
Her on-and-off banters with Andy were often the highlight of a dull day providing entertainment to contestants who would make fun of her age and sensibility. When it came to performing in weekly tasks, Pratyusha was often seen taking a backseat and being the underdog.
She never took a stand for anything contrary to a popular character she played on television.
During her stay in the house, Pratyusha was also on good terms with now evicted contestants Apoorva and Shilpa and would spend most of her time chatting with them. On the day of her exit, Pratyusha was serving as the Captain of the 'Bigg Boss' House.
Speaking on her exit, Pratyusha said, “My stay inside the 'Bigg Boss' house has been a complete roller-coaster ride. I have seen the good, the bad, and even the ugly! But I was lucky to find a dear friend in Kamya who held my hand and helped me sail through all those trying times. I am going to miss her a lot and will be rooting for her to win the show. I will also miss Tanishaa, Armaan-ji and Ajaz; the time we have spent together is something I will cherish for the rest of my life."
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