VJ Pooja Missra feels she has been misunderstood and feels victimised after she was thrown out of "Big Boss 5" because of her "aggressive nature"
"I am not an aggressive or violent girl but I was forced to be like that. I had to face many harsh things when I entered the house. Some participants used to say bad things about me, they used to bang the washroom doors in front of my face. Some used to shout at me without any reason. There was so much harassment, so yes, I was victimised," Pooja told IANS, after she was left the show Saturday.
"I agree this is the format of the show and I don't have any problem with that but I think I have been misunderstood especially when people call me a violent girl," she added.
She also feels what went against her was that she spoke against negative people and wrong things.
"My problem inside the house was that I stood and spoke against the wrong happenings and for this people took me in the wrong manner. I am actually a quiet person and I wanted to be like that but circumstances forced me to fight for my rights," she said.
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