I am a solidier of my party, says Navjot Singh Siddhu
Navjot Singh Siddhu, the most stable inmate of ‘Bigg Boss’ house speaks to Dailybhaskar.com about his decision to quit the reality show.
Give us an insight into your journey in ‘Bigg Boss’…
It was a great experience and I am happy that I have come clean in public again. I would like to bring to your notice that I had gone there to compete with myself. I am glad that I have been successful in my attempts.
The decision of leaving the house was quick. Didn’t you know your political party would need you before you entered the house?
Honestly, I didn’t know. And now if my party needs me, I have to be there. I am a true soldier of my party and will go out of my way if needed. If Narendra Modiji and Gadkariji have requested me to be back I had to return. I admire and respect them hence the decision of moving out of the game.
You regret you missed the chance to win the show?
I didn’t participate in the show to win it. As I said, I only competed with myself and I don’t regret leaving the show.
Bigg Boss’ inmates said you didn’t get involved in any physical activities…
I’ll say I tried my best and I don’t care about people who talk behind my back. I will only say that whatever I could I did. It is also what’s shown on screen, many parts are edited. Let me also tell you that many times I use to work, but housemates never allowed me may be because of the respect they have towards me.
Sampat Pal was referred to as Mataji by housemates (acongress party candidate) and you were known as the fatherly figure. But both are out of the house. What do you have to say?
For me Sampat was like an elder sister. She has gone through a lot in life and I respect her for what she has achieved for herself.