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Very disappointed with my eviction, had to pay the price of Luv-Mehjabi’s mistake: Lucinda Nicholas

In a shocking turn of events, Bigg Boss 11 saw the elimination of Lucinda Nicholas on Monday. The Australian beauty opened up to and shared that while she aced the secret task, she had to pay the price of Mehjabi and Luv’s mistake. Disappointed with her eviction, Lucinda hopes she gets a second chance.

Written by Sana Farzeen | Mumbai |
Updated: October 17, 2017 1:27:29 pm
Lucinda Nicholas, Lucinda bigg boss, bigg boss Lucinda, Lucinda bigg boss 11, bigg boss 11 Lucinda, Lucinda photos, Lucinda latest, Lucinda news, bigg boss, bigg boss 11 Lucinda Nicholas was evicted from Bigg Boss 11 house on October 16.

Just a week into the main house, Lucinda Nicholas had to bow out of Bigg Boss 11 after the housemates voted against her. While Salman Khan reprimanded the four padosis on Sunday episode for failing their secret task, Bigg Boss gave them a further blow by announcing a surprise eviction. The inmates chose Lucinda over Mehjabi Siddiqui, Sabyasachi Satpathy and Luv Tyagi. In an exclusive chat with, the law student and yoga instructor shared, “I am extremely disappointed with my elimination. It was Luv and Mehjabi who couldn’t be in their characters and thus our secret was out. I had to pay the price of their mistake. It’s a really sad feeling.”

The padosis, who were from different corners of the world, were asked to project themselves as relatives in front of the housemates. They had to convince them that they are in the show, as they need help on a property case going between them. “While me and Sabyasachi were in our characters, Luv was not comfortable portraying a homosexual and thus gave up when Vikas (Gupta) questioned him. Even Mehjabi wasn’t convincing enough. It’s so sad that we lost the task so soon and the housemates chose me without any consideration of the way I performed.”

When asked on what made her keep a low profile and not mingle with others, Lucinda said, “Firstly language was a major issue but I was learning. Now I can have an entire conversation in Hindi. Secondly, when I entered the show, I was astonished and with so many powers in the padosis hands. I was taking time to understand the game. Yes, I regret going in a shell trying to cope up with the surprises but that’s my personality. Also from the time, we entered the main house, I did not want to fight and create controversy for we had to maintain our characters and also the position of decision makers.”

During her tenure in Bigg Boss’ main house, fellow contestant Akash Dadlani was seen trying his best to woo her. When we mentioned him, she shot back, “Initially it was funny the way he sang for me but it slowly turned really dirty. He kept asking me to kiss him and even when I said no, he kept on persuading me. It was disgusting when he told me that a girl’s no actually means yes. That’s a very cheap thought and I am relieved to get away from him.”

According to the firang beauty, she is supporting Hiten Tejwani in the show as she feels he is a genuine guy. She added, “It’s very difficult to choose a winner now as people have just started opening up. It will take some few more weeks before we know their real personality. But I really support Hina Khan, Hiten and Puneesh Sharma.”

Lastly mentioning that she will take her career in the industry now more seriously, Lucinda quipped, “I want to do good projects and would be soon getting on it. Bigg Boss was a big platform for me but sadly it was cut short. I had so much more to show people and entertain them. Given a chance, I would love to go back and this time, I will know how to play the game.”

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