"I don't regret anything except for the fact that my personal life was scrutinised too much as both of us (she and ex-husband Rajev Paul) were on the show," said Delnaaz whose divorce from Rajev came through last year.
"Everyone on the show had a past, but it was not talked about so much," she added.
She maintained a calm and composed image on the controversial reality show and claims it was her real self and that she was not being pretentious.
"I am really like this. If I had been dominating, my marriage would have ended in two or three years. I talk from my heart and I have played from my heart. I have not been dishonest on the show," the actress told IANS.
"You can't change yourself... everyone is made differently. I spoke in a different way than others. Even my outbursts were different," she added.
On the show, Rajev's growing closeness with co-contestant Sana Khan was discussed a lot, but Delnaaz says that it's just a perception and no truth in it.
"I feel that it is very important that I speak on behalf of Sana. There is nothing between them and they are only friends. I don't think she deserves this as she respects both Rajev and me," Delnaaz clarified.
Though she couldn't win the prize money of "Rs.50,00,000, the actress is happy about the enjoyable time she had in the house with her inmates.
"It was a lifetime experience. I think people get one chance to do this and I think I have used it to the fullest," she said.
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