Bigg Boss 15 Evicted Contestant Vidhi Pandya Says She Had No Romantic Angle With Umar Riaz, Adds ‘We Really Loved Each Other As Friends’

Vidhi Pandya spoke about her time on Bigg Boss 15.

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Bigg Boss 15 Evicted Contestant Vidhi Pandya Says She Had No Romantic Angle With Umar Riaz, Adds ‘We Really Loved Each Other As Friends’
Television actress Vidhi Pandya exited the Boss Boss 15 house after the show witnessed an unprecedented mid-week eviction. Even Salman Khan on the Weekend Ka Vaar raised this issue and said that she was the only one who bonded with everyone in the house.

Vidhi's bond with contestant Umar Riaz was the most talked about. In fact, fans and followers of the show even said there was a romantic angle there. But Vidhi begs to differ.

In an interview with ETimes, Vidhi Pandya said, “My bond with Umar is very pure, transparent and fantastic. There is no affair or love or anything between us. Umar and I really loved each other as friends and we had each other’s back in the show. We were always there for each other.”


Explaining how their bond functioned, the 25-year-old actress shared, “We would talk about anything to each other and most of the time there was no logic. I really liked spending time and talking with him. We understood each other really well. My bond with Umar is very real and pure and I know when he comes out, our bond is going to be the same as it was in the house. I also bonded well with Karan Kundrra, Tejasswi Prakash and Jay Bhanushali. Umar is a lovely person and is a sweetheart.”

Vidhi also said that she was a misfit for the show as she wasn’t able to create fake angles or anything just for the sake of the show. She asserted “I think I was a misfit for the show as I won’t be able to create fake angles or anything just for the sake of the show. I am not like that in my real life as well. I am happy that I’ve got so much love from the fans.”  


The actress also shared the names of her fellow contestants who pushed her throughout her time in the Bigg Boss house.

“Jay Bhanushali and Karan Kundrra were the two people who would openly come to me and tell me to do something in the show. They would always push me. In fact, Karan in one of the Weekend Ka Vaar episodes even removed my battery,” Vidhi Pandya told ETimes.

She added, “They always felt I was too innocent and naive and I had to do something to survive in the game. But I knew I can’t change my personality for the show.”

Vidhi continues to follow the show, and she shared that she is now rooting for Jay Bhanushali, Karan Kundrra, Umar Riaz and Tejasswi Prakash.

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