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       My eviction is unfair: Nihita Biswas
 
         Posted on :17:04:28 Oct 9, 2011
   
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Charles Sobhraj's Nepali wife Nihita Biswas, who became the first victim of the fifth season of Bigg Boss, says the decision to evict her out of the reality show's house was unfair. Nihita, 22, was the youngest contestant in the show which is being jointly hosted by Bollywood stars Sanjay Dutt and Salman Khan.

"It is unfair. They gave out a hurried decision. I was not given an opportunity to prove myself. People never got to know the real Nihita. They couldn't understand me," Nihita said

She lost to model-VJ Pooja Mishra, whom she called a devil.

"Pooja is a devil. She is stupid. She may have some connections. That is why she was not evicted and I had to bear the brunt. In the show, other contestants were mean to me and spoke ill of me but all that was edited," she said.

Nihita, shot to fame three years ago when she married Sobhraj in a Kathmandu prison claiming she had fallen in love with him. She said that she is disappointed that she has to go back home defeated but added that she will manage fine.

"I feel bad that I have to go back home defeated. But I will be fine. I have in similar situation for the last three years and I will manage. I will keep fighting for my husband," she said.

When asked about her future plans, Nihita said that she wants to continue with her studies but was not sure if she would participate in such shows again.

"I have just completed my graduation and I want to pursue my higher studies. I am not sure if I want to participate in such a show again. I want to do reality shows but definitely not something like Bigg Boss. I might take part in dance reality shows though," she said.

Nihita also said that she is happy as well as scared to go back to Nepal, as she is not sure how people will receive her defeat in the show.

"I am a bit scared to go back. I don't know how people are going to react to my defeat in the show," she said.

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