Bigg Boss 14: Hina Khan feels the Bigg Boss contestants are ‘too systematic’ and ‘organised’ for a TV show

Hina Khan shares her experience of working with late Divya Bhatnagar and her experience on Bigg Boss 14.

Former Bigg Boss contestant Hina Khan who was recently seen as a ‘senior,’ has just returned from her much-needed vacation from Maldives in times of the pandemic and is glad it went well amid various precautions. Unfortunately, Hina lost her co-star Divya Bhatnagar and is heartbroken about the death of the actor due to Covid-19.

In an interview with Hindustan Times, Hina opened up about her experience in Bigg Boss 14 and her experience with working with late Divya Bhatnagar.


On asked about her thoughts on things lacking in this season, she revealed, “I have not seen the rating but I got to know that it was not doing very well. I think they (contestants) are too systematic and organised. I think viewers need a lot of masala and fights and a lot of plotting and planning which is not happening in this season. People are really nice to be in the Bigg Boss house.”

She adds that all the top 4 contestants are doing well. Hina, Jasmin Bhasin, Abhinav Shukla, Rubina Dilaik were in the same team during the task and have spent a lot of time with them, so it’s hard for her to decide on the winner.

Hina also revealed about her experience of working with late Divya Bhatnagar. She says, “I worked with her for a very long time, she left in the middle because she lost better opportunities. She was a brilliant actor, so full of life, so bubbly, so chirpy and smiling all the time. I was literally depressed that day when I got to know that she didn’t survive Covid. I really wish she is in a better place now and I am praying for her peaceful parting. It was very disheartening, she was very young and very talented.”

Meanwhile, the actor is out with her new film, ‘Wishlist.’ It revolves around a young couple who suddenly realise that life is too short to waste even a moment.