Bigg Boss 14: Jaan Kumar Sanu on not taking a stand, ‘I was timid and innocent’ on the show

Jaan Kumar Sanu’s eviction has led to some realistic revelation about Bigg Boss 14, Read to know why.

Jaan Kumar Sanu’s journey on television’s most controversial show came to an end this week. The young singer was a part of the show for seven weeks, until he was evicted because of low audience votes. However, after coming out during an interview with TOI, he was asked to comment on the fact that people accused him of never taking a stand on the show and always following other individuals in the house.

To which, he confidently refused the claims and gave a justification for that. He said, “That’s because I was timid, innocent and believed that I had to adjust and co-exist with everyone in the house. Just because I was nice and trying to be friends with everyone, people thought that I never took a stand or had an identity. If fighting with one another is how you get noticed in the show, then sorry, I can’t keep fighting with people to get noticed. Every contestant, who enters the house, feels that they will get brownie points only if they fight and add to the drama.”


Jaan Kumar Sanu clarified that he simply cannot fight with people to get noticed on the show. Instead he wanted to make a name for himself by being good to people and treating them right. However, things did not turn out the way he expected and he had to leave the house pretty soon. But we wish him all the very best for his future endeavors and hope that with his goodness, he can make a name for himself in the industry which is also very competitive if not more than Bigg Boss.