'I could not create conflicts'

'I could not create conflicts'

“I could not create conflicts in the house and that led to my eviction. But I didn’t want to win by indulging in conflicts. I feel that is not the only way (to win the hearts of people),” she said.

Raageshwari’s failure to complete a secret task got her a nomination, which led to her eviction from the show last week. Asked whether her non-controversial personality proved to be negative for her in the show, the singer said, “I hope one day people will accept non-controversial people. People must get inspired by them as they seek love and peace. These are the only things that can do wonders.”

Having recovered from facial paralysis, Raageshwari, entered the ‘Bigg Boss’ house to show people that positivity can make a difference. “All I wanted to do is spread love and peace. I have always tried to bridge the gap between contestants,” she said.

The singer-actress-VJ said she had no second thoughts on appearing on the show. “I was there on the show to spread the message of love. I do not believe in tit-for-tat policy. I did the show to get an experience,” she said. “Inside the house, I missed my parents and my dog. I would advice other contestants to keep themselves busy in some work so as to avoid fights,” she added.

On her journey in the fifth season of ‘Big Boss’, Raageshwari said, “It has been wonderful. To stay positive in a negative atmosphere is the toughest job. One would have also seen I had individual relations with everyone and was not into groupism.”

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