‘No matter who comes my way, they are just another brick in the wall.’
‘I am a bulldozer and I will break the wall.’
One of the strongest players of Bigg Boss OTT, Pratik Sehajpal quit the show at the finale, after getting a direct ticket to Bigg Boss 15.
He missed the title there, but he doesn’t regret the decision.
Nor does he feel tired, as he barely got two weeks off between shows.
“When I left for OTT, I had made up my mind to be out of my house for more than 200 days and (leave behind) all the worldly, materialistic things. That much sacrifice I can make to achieve what I want,” he tells Rediff.com Senior Contributor Rajul Hegde.
What can we expect from you in Bigg Boss 15?
For some, it might be just another show. But for me, this means everything.
I am so honest and natural that it scares people.
I don’t mince my words.
I am the toofan. Nobody can make me fall. Only I can make myself fall and get up.
You fought with everyone at the start of Bigg Boss OTT.
Everything I did was completely real, till the end of the show.
I raised my voice whenever it was required, be it with my friends or someone else.
There is no specific strategy (for Bigg Boss 15).
I will go with the flow.
The house, the situations and the people will be different, but I will be the same.
No matter who comes my way, they are just another brick in the wall.
I am a bulldozer and I will break the wall.
Most of your journey on Bigg Boss OTT was with Neha Bhasin. Will you miss her here?
I had a special bond with her.
I played with my heart and the bond and friendship that we shared was real.
Right now, everybody who is close to me wants me to focus on the trophy.
At the moment, I am in a different zone, completely detached from the outside world and focusing my attachment only to the trophy.
Do you regret opting out of the Bigg Boss OTT finale? Perhaps you could have won the title?
I am proud of my decision.
I think I am very lucky to have got unconditional love and support from people.
I don’t regret it at all because it was confirmed that I would be going to Bigg Boss 15.
It has been my dream to be next to Salman Khan on the Bigg Boss stage.
I didn’t think twice before picking up the suitcase because I was certain that this is what I wanted.
Salman Khan doesn’t mince words in the Weekend Ka Vaar if you are wrong.
Karan Johar has been vocal about right and wrong in Bigg Boss OTT.
He has supported where it was required and questioned me if he felt I needed it.
I am super excited to meet Salman. He has been my idol since childhood.
I want to hug him and touch his feet.
I genuinely respect him a lot.
I just hope he likes me.
If I am wrong, I don’t have any shame in apologising.
Barely two weeks after the Bigg Boss OTT finale, you are back inside the Bigg Boss 15 house. Do you feel you should have got more time to rest?
Honestly, I didn’t want to come out of the Bigg Boss OTT house.
When I left for OTT, I had made up my mind to be out of my house for more than 200 days and (leave behind) all the worldly, materialistic things.
That much sacrifice I can make to achieve what I want.
I think it’s worth it.
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