Gaurav Chopra: The fights that happen on 'Bigg Boss' are real

Updated: Jan 09, 2017, 10:46 IST | Letty Mariam Abraham |

Gaurav Chopra, latest 'Bigg Boss 10' evictee, reveals he'd asked makers to guarantee his physical safety as pre-requisite for participation in the show

Gaurav Chopra and Mouni Roy
Gaurav Chopra and Mouni Roy

Gaurav Chopra got eliminated from Bigg Boss last week. But he's glad that he stayed in the house with dignity. "I didn't go in with an agenda. I am glad that I kept my dignity when I got eliminated. It was an honour to see people expressing their love for me on Twitter when I got eliminated. I was trending on Twitter on No. 1 spot," says Gaurav.

During his stay, his ex-girlfriend, TV actress Mouni Roy was invited on the show twice — to promote her item song in 'Tum Bin 2' and to talk about her daily soap. However, she refused to enter the house. Commenting on this, Gaurav says, "If I were in her position, I would have minded going in and meeting her."

During his stint in the 'Bigg Boss 10' house, Gaurav was often accused of not taking a stand and being manipulative. "I was just being myself. That's why my relationship with people inside the house was real and the fights I had were not for the camera. The house plays with your head and for people, who are desperate for attention and footage, this is a dangerous game to play," explains Gaurav.

Talking about the conditions in his contract that he had to abide by, the TV actor says, "According to the contract, we weren't allowed to talk about religion or politics, speak in English, get violent or physical. Before entering the house, I asked the makers to assure me that I will be safe inside. The fights that happen on Bigg Boss are real. You have no idea how dangerous it can be," Gaurav signs off.

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