Neil Bhatt talked about Vicky Jain, Munawar Faruqui, and Isha Malviya following his Bigg Boss 17 eviction.
This week on Bigg Boss 17, the contestants went through a double eviction in an unexpected turn of events. The journey of Rinku Singh and Neil Bhatt finished on the show. Following his elimination, Neil Bhatt talked candidly about his housemates and his views on Isha Malviya, Vicky Jain, Munawar Faruqui, and others.
Neil discussed which members of the house he thought were skilled and inexperienced, saying that people think Vicky is the Khiladi in the game, but there are many things he doesn't understand. He further said that Munawar has that sense, but at the moment he's a little down.
Neil talked candidly about Vicky Jain's behavior on the show and the "toxicity" that existed in the house, particularly among the male contestants. He told he told Indian Express that Vicky Jain's only remaining task in the home is to start fights.
"I don’t think Vicky Jain’s game is on the right track," Neil remarked. He then said that he had even mentioned earlier how his methods were calm and composed but manipulative. He added that since taking his hiatus, Vicky has started to take full advantage of the circumstances. He always ends up starting a fight and carrying it through. "There is nothing more left for Vicky to do on the show,” he added.
Aishwarya Sharma Bhatt, Neil's wife, was previously evicted from the show after Isha Malviya nominated her.
Neil Bhatt on Isha Malviya
Speaking about his relationship with Isha, he remarked, “I used to think her wrong decisions were because she was young and inexperienced." He then added that her only interaction with Anurag was during their late-night murmurs. Aishwarya stayed with her during the period when she was genuinely stranded and going through a difficult moment. "Now she’s evicting her saying she never made a connection with Aishwarya? Isha is very fake, and her decision was very wrong, and I will call her out for that," Neil said.
In addition to Vicky and Ankita, Munawar Faruqui and Abhishek Kumar are among the season's top contenders on the show. Neil said that "if they mend their ways," Munawar or Abhishek would be able to take home the winner's trophy.