Bigg Boss 14: Shardul Pandit Opens up on his friendship with Jasmin Bhasin; Says, “I am not faking friendship with her to gain followers”

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Bigg Boss 14 contestant Shardul Pandit, who entered as wild card and had initially got evicted due to less votes by viewers, has now opened about about the shows’ format, friendship with Jasmin Bhasin and more.

In a recent interview with Times of India, Shardul expressed his disappointment with the format of current season of Bigg Boss. He feels that the format of the show is not correct this year as people are exiting & entering the show again & again. He quoted, “It is funny to see the number of times people have entered the show and gotten evicted this time. It is also strange that so many people come, go out, know what’s happening, gather information and then re-enter the show! That was certainly not the format of the show in the past. Regardless, I like Eijaz Khan and feel he should come back. I also like Aly Goni and Rubina Dilaik, they have all played the game well. Rakhi Sawant is extremely entertaining.”

Speaking about his friendship with Jasmin Bhasin, Shardul said that he is not faking his friendship with Jasmin Bhasin to gain brownie points or get more followers on social media. He told the portal, “This is extremely negative and people’s poisonous minds are at work. Why can’t two people get along and chill with each other? Many people have asked me about my newfound friendship with Jasmin. All I can say is that Aly is a friend and I would love to cheer for him along with Jasmin. I did not fake any friendship in the house, and I am not faking this one either. Why can’t co-contestants be friends? People just can’t see anything positive these days!.”

ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: Jasmin Bhasin on excessive negative trolling by Ex-contestants; Says, ‘If people have negativity, they spit it out, Velhe baithe hain life main”

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