Elvish Yadav, who joined the competition as a wild card entry, quickly established himself from the outset, captivating both the show and the viewers. His strong presence and determination earned him the reputation of being one of the most formidable participants on Bigg Boss.
In an unexpected turn of events, despite Abhishek Malhan's immense popularity and being a beloved contestant of ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’, he did not clinch victory, leaving his fans disheartened.
During a recent live session on officialjiocinema, Abhishek Malhan shed light on an unsettling incident that occurred behind the scenes of the show. He revealed that the show's producers kept the parents of various contestants waiting for an hour, while his own parents endured an astonishing 24-hour wait on set. This revelation underscores the challenges and complexities that can arise within the realm of reality television production. Furthermore, Abhishek expressed his frustration over how he was portrayed negatively on screen, suggesting that the editing may not have faithfully represented his true intentions and character.
When asked about his portrayal on the show, Abhishek responded candidly, expressing his discontent with how he was depicted: “Did you also feel that in the last weekend ka vaar the makers had made excessive preparations to break you because they showed selected videos of you in front of housemates which never happened before in any season?” To this Malhan replied, “I have never spoken about it, but I want to say this: yes, I felt this. I have always said that if calling myself deserving is wrong, then it's wrong” he added, “If you're a shopkeeper and you want to sell a phone, then you will say that this phone is the best. If you're not confident about your product, then how will you sell it? Same with me.”
Abhishek further said, “At that time, I was asked why I consider myself the winner of the show. Then I answered. I thought I carried this show completely from day 1. I feel I am deserving because I have run the house. There were many situations when the inmates were not able to do so. For example, Bebika had a problem with cooking, but she did it when I asked her to. So there were many instances when I made decisions from my end. Thus, I was taking all the responsibility. If someone was demotivated, I motivated them. I had said this many times that I wanted this season to be the biggest season. If I have given my best to the show and the show gives me the trophy, then I will feel that I have given my best. Otherwise, there must be a reason that people didn't like me. This was my opinion, which was stretched so much.”
He felt bad that makers make him look like he is negative, he said, “My words were picked, and a conspiracy was made to put me down. My first week didn't go well, but after that, I did my best on the show. So they thought, 'What should we do to break him?' To break me, they edited scenes and created a movie that made me look like a villain. But I bow down in front of you guys for showering love on me. It was your love because of which I never looked negative. Because the makers had decided in the last week that Abhishek would be the villain of the house. But I thank you guys for supporting and showing love.”
As the discourse continues, Abhishek's insights shed light on the behind-the-scenes dynamics of reality television and how narratives can be shaped by selective editing. For those seeking updates and stories from the realm of television, OTT platforms, and cinema, staying connected with BollywoodMDB is advised.