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Post Eviction Monalisa Speaks Up On Faking Marriage, Her Closeness With Manu Punjabi And More!

We all know Monalisa the ex-contestant of Bigg Boss 10. She was in the house for 14 weeks, and she had an emotional and controversial journey in the house. Monalisa was eliminated just one week before the Grand Finale of Bigg Boss 10. With her lonely and poorly stay she has managed to grab all the limelight. Mona grabbed all the eyeballs of the audience by getting close with Manu Punjabi to getting married to her long-term Boyfriend, Vikrant Singh on national television. After going out of the house, in an interview Mona talk about her friendship with Manu and Manveer, she opens up on her fake marriage guessworks which were in the news for her wedding.
While talking about her fake marriage: We all know that Monalisa is married to her Boyfriend with whom she was in relation from past eight years. They got married on National TV in BB 10 house. In the interview she told about her marriage, ” I could never think that Vikrant would propose to me on Bigg Boss. Of course, we had decided to get married shortly, but this was a total surprise. Marriage is one of the most important things for a woman, being married is a special feeling. So, I can never think of faking it. Bigg Boss gave me a gift in the form of our wedding on the show itself. I am the happiest right now. But when people say things like it was scripted or done for TRPs, it is disheartening. Vikrant and I are not such people, who would indulge in these things for the sake of it.”
They talked about Vikrant’s issue about her closeness with Manu: In an interview to Indian Express Vikrant said that they got married on the show just to keep silence all the rumors about the close of Manu and Mona. Mona said if Vikrant were not insecure for her friendship with Manu it would have been better as it hurts more.
When she was informed that her housemates are the one’s who discussed their friendship, Mona was shocked after listening to this. Then she said, ” “If my friendship with him is questionable, then so are all other friendships in the house. We all know people used to roam around in pairs only, so, will they say those equations were also something else?” “It used to bother me a lot because Manu and I have a genuine friendship. We both knew what we share so, what people used to speculate never made sense to me.”
Post Eviction Monalisa Speaks Up On Faking Marriage, Her Closeness With Manu Punjabi And More! 1
Rahul Dev said about her closeness with Manu was fake: About this Monalisa said, “That’s so weird! So, did he also create something to survive? By this logic, everyone is fake and created some angle to stay in the house. And how could Manu and I be so sure that our so-called angle would work with the audience? What if they didn’t like it and eliminated us earlier itself! Our friendship was all natural and organic. In fact, Manu, Manveer and I were thick friends. We used to eat together, always be around each other, just like normal friends are.”
On talking about Manu and her friendship, she said, “I never felt Manu used me or my friendship. There were many times when he sacrificed to save me. I can cite many instances. Once, he had to burn the doll Piku (Manu’s girlfriend) gifted him, just so that I could be saved from nominations. Our admiration and friendship were mutual.”
Then further they discussed who deserves to win the show: “I want to see either Manu or Manveer win. Of course, I feel all the five contestants are deserving, but I would prefer either of them because I am close to them. I would be very happy to see them holding the trophy.”
How difficult it was to survive in the house for 14 weeks: “The biggest task on the show is to pass the time. You have no family or friends and nothing to do. I used to cry so much. I didn’t understand the game the way others did. They knew how to play it. I am not cut out for shouting, screaming and bitching, which used to happen in the house. So, I never thought I would come this far. It feels like an achievement.”

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