Ankita Lokhande, who garnered attention as the third runner-up on "Bigg Boss 17", has shared that she holds no regrets about showcasing her authentic self on the reality series, regardless of the controversies it stirred. The latest season of "Bigg Boss," hosted by Salman Khan, witnessed Lokhande and her husband Vicky Jain engaging in disputes that made headlines.
Reflecting on her stint in the Bigg Boss house, Lokhande emphasized her commitment to authenticity, stating, "I've been there with all my heart. Whatever emotions I felt, it all came out." Despite her efforts to avoid controversies, she acknowledged that they still arose, but she expressed no remorse, saying, "No regrets. It's a part of me. I can't help it, I was what I was."
Upon learning of her eviction from the show, Lokhande admitted to feeling shocked but not upset. She acknowledged the toll the experience had taken on her mental health, noting the need for recovery and understanding of the events. Despite the challenges, she expressed gratitude for the support of her family and husband, Vicky Jain.
Regarding her relationship with Jain, Lokhande admitted to the impact of their disputes being broadcasted on television but affirmed that their bond had strengthened as a result. She acknowledged the need for more thoughtfulness in her words and actions, especially in front of the camera.
Looking ahead, Lokhande is eagerly anticipating the release of her upcoming film "Swatantrya Veer Savarkar," a biopic of V. D. Savarkar directed by Randeep Hooda. She expressed excitement about working with Hooda and her anticipation of seeing herself on the big screen once again.
(With Agency Inputs)