Devoleena Bhattacharjee Takes A Trip To Her Hometown Assam; Looking Forward To 'Live A Normal Life'

The Bigg Boss 13 star Devoleena Bhattacharjee has taken a trip to her hometown and expressed how excited she is to meet her family and friends

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Devoleena Bhattacharjee Takes A Trip To Her Hometown Assam; Looking Forward To 'Live A Normal Life'
Devoleena Bhattacharjee was a part of the most controversial season of Bigg Boss. She was a part of Bigg Boss 13 and made it to the headlines several times for her outburst. The Saath Nibhaana Saathiya actress then also became a part of Bigg Boss 14 as she entered the house as a proxy of Eijaz Khan. She got eliminated though due to less number of votes. After her Bigg Boss 14 journey, Devoleena has now taken a trip to her hometown Assam.

In a recent interview, she revealed that she has traveled to Assam and is very excited to meet her family. Devoleena is looking forward to living a normal life, eating home-cooked food and meeting her friends. To Etimes, she revealed that she was going to travel to her home last year, but as Bigg Boss 14 came her way, her trip got delayed. Now, she has finally got the time to take the needed trip. She was quoted saying, "I am going to enjoy my stay, relish homemade food. Live a normal life. I’m super excited to meet my friends… and spend time in my birthplace."

Further elaborating on her plans, she stated that she wants to travel to Arunachal Pradesh as well. She was quoted saying, "I want to visit Arunachal Pradesh too… let’s see how things shape up. This I am yet to decide on my way back to way Mumbai. But there is lot of work left and came home to Assam to be with my family. So I am yet to schedule the trip."

We hope she has a fun trip and treats us with some amazing pictures from her travel diaries. Stay tuned to SpotboyE for more updates.  

Image Source: Instagram/devoleena
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