Bigg Boss 15 contestant Vidhi Pandya’s elder brother opens up on his early fears about her entering BB15

Urmil said: “I was afraid that people might misunderstand her because of her tone or words used when she is angry. “

‘Bigg Boss 15’ contestant Vidhi Pandya can be seen standing firm for herself on and off. She seemed to be one of the sorted contestants of the show. However, it is intriguing to know that her elder brother Urmil Pandya at first did not want her to take part in the show since he expected that people might misjudge her.

He said: “I was hesitant because I am protective towards her and didn’t want her to expose her personal side to a judgmental and hypocritical world at a young age where people don’t understand that we can make mistakes, but that doesn’t mean that the person is bad. But she is a determined girl and she was able to convince me that you should never let go of an opportunity which has a chance to help in your career. Plus, ‘Bigg Boss’ was something that she wanted to experience.”

Sharing his anxieties, Urmil stressed: “I was afraid that people might misunderstand her because of her tone or words used when she is angry. People who are watching the show are not her family and don’t know what she means and can take things negatively. But that is part of the journey and looking at the love that she is receiving makes me feel good that people can see how adorable and brave she is.”

Talking about her journey till now, He said: “It’s been a roller-coaster ride. We have seen her cuteness, aggression, the fun side and also how determined she is during the tasks. It always makes me a bit nervous when I see her aggression on TV thinking that everyone’s watching but then that’s my problem as she is giving her best and not faking anything. Then of course we have also seen how calm she is most of the time and doesn’t indulge in unnecessary talks.”

Expressing gratitude toward her fans and the audience, Urmil concluded: “To the fans, thank you for all your support till now. Please continue loving her.”

 

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