Ridhima Pandit was evicted from the Bigg Boss OTT house on Sunday with her connection Karan Nath. Ridhima was an active contestant, she shared that she was saddened by her eviction. Ridhima believed that she had a lot more to offer to the show.

Ridhima in an interview with the Indian Express said that it was very difficult for her to accept her defeat in Bigg Boss. 

“I have never been a sore or bitter loser in my life. Even as a kid playing board games, I was okay accepting defeat with a lot of grace. But this is hard to accept, not just for me, my family and fans, but even for viewers who have been seeing me probably for the first time,” she said.

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She shared that this year’s theme ‘Stay Connected’ didn’t work out. “I had so much more to offer but could not get a chance. The connection factor did not really work out,” Ridhima added.

She felt that it would be unfair to blame Karan Nath, her connection on the show for her eviction.

“We are very different people. He is shy and quiet, while I am an extrovert and can warm up to anyone. Yes, it’s a fact I was one of the highest voted contestants but I cannot solely blame Karan for my eviction. We tried our best, but things just didn’t work,” she said.

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Ridhima also spoke out about host Karan Johar who was accused of being biased by the fans of the show after Sunday’s episode. She said, “As a host, his job is to ensure that contestants have an idea of all the perception floating around, which he is doing quite well.” 

She further explained, “He is also guiding people, and even pulled up Shamita when she was wrong. So I don’t think he is biased. Everyone has their own way of explaining things.”

Ridhima feels that either Shamita Shetty, Divya Agarawal, or Nishant Bhat could win the show as they are playing a good game.