Bigg Boss 14: Eijaz Khan psychoanalyzes Naina Singh, Jasmin Bhasin and Rubina Dilaik

Eijaz Khan analyzes the psyche of a few contestants and makes a judgment on their childhood.

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Being locked in for 3 months and not having anything else to do brings out the weirdness in people. The same is happening in Bigg Boss 14 as we get to see Eijaz Khan psychoanalyzing Naina Singh, Rubina Dilaik, Jasmin Bhasin, Nishant Singh Malkani, Shardul Pandit, and Abhinav Shukla.

In a snippet from Bigg Boss Xtra Masala, he asks the following people to close their eyes and think of a road. Abhinav Shukla thinks of a mountain road, which is lonely but filled with trees. Jasmin thinks of a straight desert road during an evening. Rubina thinks of an empty road with a boulevard whereas Naina thinks of a crowded road of Amsterdam. Shardul imagines a Bandra road in the evening and Nishant talks of an empty long road with no division.

Eijaz then further asks that if there is a haunted house beside the road, then what would they have done. Abhinav, Jasmin, and Naina say they’ll enter it, Shardul and Nishant say they’ll look at the house but won’t enter it. Rubina is the only one who says that she would walk and won’t give the house thought.

Eijaz then reveals that the type of road denotes the childhood they have had. Abhinav’s empty and natural road means he had a childhood where nature played a more important role than people. Jasmin’s childhood was a ‘magic hour’ for her. Rubina’s childhood was termed as beautiful whereas Naina had a ‘crowded childhood’. The actor then goes on to add that Shardul has superimposed his childhood to a real-life situation, as he had taken the name of Bandra. Nishant had a straight and perfect time as a kid.

Talking about what the haunted house means, he revealed that it refers to the way they dealt with their childhood issues. Abhinav, Jasmin, and Naina are inquisitive, Nishant and Shardul did not deal with them directly and Jasmin ignored her problems.

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