Bigg Boss 12 EXCLUSIVE: Here's what finalist Surbhi Rana has to say after being evicted from the game show!

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Bigg Boss season 12's grand finale episode will air on 30th December 2018 and the audience is eagerly waiting for the most annoying season of Indian reality TV show. Last night's episode showed the eviction of one of the most popular contest of BB12, Surbhi Rana.

After an emotional breakdown, Surbhi left the house of Salman Khan hosted reality TV show. And as of now only 5 contestants are left for the finale of Bigg Boss 12; Karanvir Bohra, Sreesanth, Deepak Thakur, Romil Chaudhary and Deepika Kakar.

Post her elimination, Surbhi revealed that she never expected to be eliminated and that she was the most deserving contestant for winning Bigg Boss 12. In her interview, Rana said: “I really never expected to be eliminated from Bigg Boss, being just inches away from the finale. To be honest, I really saw myself as the winner. I had all the aspects of a champion, but you can’t win over destiny. So I’ll take this on my stride and continue to work hard.”

Talking about her personality in the season 12 of BB, Surbhi said: “Surbhi is a girl who believes in expressing herself. She is strong and a powerhouse, that has been well proved in the show. Also, I may have been criticised for it, but I believe in always speaking the truth. One has to have a clear perspective of what is right and wrong. I have my emotions, but I never fear to stand for the truth.”

When contestants started making allegations that Surbhi is faking a positive image before finale of BB12, Surbhi never gave up easily and stood for a good-cause. “Many people say a lot of things. And they are my competitors. Clearly, they couldn’t stand the positive changes in me. We all have our moments of emotional outbursts and if I could learn to control it, it’s a great feat,” added Rana.

While talking about her fights with Sreesanth and Dipika, Surbhi said: “People have a tendency to always go against someone who is strong. I had my share of fights clearly because there was a clash of thought process. If I see someone doing wrong, I speak against them. And I do it loudly and boldly. Also, I see people equally and have never differentiated them as commoners and celebrities. I have my set of beliefs and I had them on the show as I would have in my life.”

Further adding to her journey in the game show, Surbhi said that there are 'absolutely no regrets'. Talking about the same, Rana Said: “Absolutely no regrets. I am really happy with my journey. The good that I have was loved and appreciated and I tried my best to change the wrong in me. I think it takes a lot of courage to accept your mistakes and learn from them.”

Talking about the disbanding of the Happy Club, Rana said: “Everybody is a competitor in the game. Yes, the Happy Club may have been playing together but eventually, we had to compete against each other also. As for Romil, I realised that we had a very different approach towards life. He is quite a diplomat while I am not. So when there is no similarity, it’s better to drift apart. And anyway I am a solo warrior and I don’t need anyone to fight my battles.”

Now, 5 contestants have entered the final week of Indian reality TV show, Bigg Boss 12. Salman Khan hosted game showairs every night at 9pm only on COlors TV in India. Please share your view in the comment's section below. And stay tuned for more entertainment related updates.

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