I have not played any game on 'Bigg Boss': Kamya Punjabi
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TV actress Kamya Punjabi, evicted from celebrity reality show 'Bigg Boss 7' today, feels happy that she was not involved in any house politics during her 13-week-long stay.
Kamya Punjabi, 34, known for playing negative characters on small screen, was considered as one of the strongest contenders for winning the seventh season of the reality TV series.
"My eviction has not come to me as a surprise. Whenever I was nominated, I was quite ready to be out of the show. I was home bound since many weeks because I am quite an emotional person.
"I am happy with my eviction because I am leaving the show with a positive note that I have never played any game on it," Kamya Punjabi told PTI.
The 'Parvarish' star was close to co-contestant Pratyusha Banerjee and was often seen missing her four-year-old daughter Aara. Kamya entered the show after her split from husband Bunty Negi.
"I entered the show with a thought that anything can happen on it. I never knew that I was the strongest contender and if I was then why did audience eliminate me. I am tired now and desperately waiting to spend time with my daughter. I will ask my friends to pamper me for sometime," she said.
Though she did not make it to the top four, she is happy that she broke the US 'Big Brother' record by surviving in the box for 41 hours during a task 'Bigg Box'.
"For me, this is my winning trophy. People will always remember me for undertaking the tough task and breaking the earlier set records. I am happy that I have a set a new target," she added.
During the last week of her stay in the house, Kamya was seen befriending Andy, whom she hated the most on the show, and asked if that was a wrong move made by her on the show, she said, "I don't know what I did was right or wrong. I just felt it was the need of the hour and did it. I have not listened to anybody in the house. I did what I felt right."
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