New Delhi: Wild card entrant Sahil Anand bid adieu to the 'Bigg Boss', just two weeks after he stepped inside the house.The eviction of Sahil was...
New Delhi: Wild card entrant Sahil Anand bid adieu to the 'Bigg Boss', just two weeks after he stepped inside the house.
The eviction of Sahil was announced by host Salman Khan in the 'weekend ka vaar' episode of the reality show aired on colors channel last night.
After entering the house as a challenger, Sahil quickly secured his place by defeating housemate Rahul in the dome task.
Looking at Sahil’s determination and confidence, a few housemates did get insecure of him.
But, he fostered great friendships with Bani and Gaurav.
Just like Navin, Sahil was one contestant who had the patience to tackle Om Swami and was often heard advising him to play a fair game.
And, because of his grounded and friendly nature, he shared a cordial relationship with all the contestants in the house.
During his stint on the show, Sahil played the game in a calm and composed way as he never got into fights for unneccesary reasons.
Whatever task was assigned to the contestants, Sahil performed it with utmost passion which clearly showcases his determination to be in the game.
But, his performance in the 'Appy Fizz Feel The Fizz' captaincy task, brought out Sahil's confused side.
However, friendships came first for Sahil and he supported his good friend Bani when Om Swami made some unsavoury comments about her family.
But, unfortunately, Sahil couldn’t win the audience's hearts, leading to his untimely exit from the show.
Commenting on his exit from the show, Sahil said, “If I have to sum up my experience in Bigg Boss in just one word, it would be crazy.
It is truly a game show that can change your life.
Though my stint on the show was short-lived, it allowed me to rekindle my friendship with Bani.
I am also glad I got to meet other like-minded people as well like Lopa and Gaurav.
If I had to pick a winner, I think Gaurav ji or Manveer will win hands down,” Sahil said.