Love’s a game on this show?

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - AN­JURI NA­YAR SINGH

Even as this re­al­ity show is set to launch its new sea­son, the au­di­ences, by prac­tice, are ready for another ro­mance that will brew soon enough like in­stant cof­fee and then fiz­zle out im­me­di­ately af­ter the par­tic­i­pants walk out of the Bigg Boss house.

Be it Gaua­har Khan and Kushal Tan­don, Tan­ishaa Muk­erji and Ar­maan Kohli, Veena Ma­lik and Ash­mit Pa­tel or Anu­pama Verma and Aryan Vaid — these cou­ples met and fell in love on the show, but broke up soon af­ter.

The cou­ples who have bro­ken up cite lack of com­pat­i­bil­ity as a rea­son. Thus, while an­nounc­ing her breakup ear­lier this year, Gaua­har wrote on Twit­ter, “Kushal n I rnt tgether any­more fr rea­sons best knwn 2us (sic).” Even Tan­ishaa, who seemed deeply in love with Ar­maan while on the show, cited a sim­i­lar rea­son when she wrote, “Ar­maan and I are very dif­fer­ent peo­ple with dif­fer­ent ide­olo­gies and I wish him the best.”

Par­tic­i­pants agree that it is the prox­im­ity to each other that has got a lot to do with peo­ple fall­ing in love. “The emo­tional pres­sure that you go through on a show like this makes you very vul­ner­a­ble and feel­ings come to the sur­face. This is why a lot of peo­ple start re­la­tion­ships in the house,” says Del­naaz Irani, a for­mer par­tic­i­pant.

Some in­sid­ers, how­ever, say that par­tic­i­pants of­ten feign love. “On a show like this where your ex­is­tence de­pends on votes, many peo­ple get to­gether for TRPs so that the au­di­ences can vote for them,” says yoga guru Vivek Mishra, also a past par­tic­i­pant.


Veena left: Ash­mit Pa­tel and Clock­wise from bot­tom Gaua­har

and Payal Ro­hatgi; Ma­lik; Rahul Ma­ha­jan Tan­ishaa

Ar­maan Kohli and Khan and Kushal Tan­don;

are cou­ples and Anu­pama Verma, Muk­erji; Aryan Vaid

in dif­fer­ent sea­sons who met on the show

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