Bigg Boss 14: Devoleena Bhattacharjee Opens Up About Childhood Struggles Post Her Father’s Death

Bigg Boss 14: Devoleena Bhattacharjee Opens Up About Childhood Struggles Post Her Father’s Death

Shubanka Sridhar

Contestants in the Bigg Boss house have always had moments where they bear their soul out and open up about the things that have shaped them into the people they are. From traumas to difficult times, they have shared many such moments from their lives on National television.

Just yesterday, Devoleena Bhattacharjee opened up about how she faced a lot of discrimination from society post her father’s death.

Speaking to Rakhi Sawant, Devoleena shared:

I was eleven years when we lost our dad. My mother was also unwell, but she went to office, prepared food for us. And we would go to school. The way they treated us without our father….It is the fact of life, if there is no father…Our society looks down upon families where father is not present.

The actress was speaking to Rakhi in the garden area which is the spot she has been allocated for the current task – which is to ensure content creation that catches the audiences’ attention.
Devoleena, who was also on the previous Bigg Boss 13 season, had to quit the show owing to medical reasons. She is currently in the house as a proxy for Eijaz Khan, who had to step out due to work commitments.

Not just her, but Rakhi Sawant also opened up about her marriage to Rahul Vaidya and said that she found out her husband Ritesh was already married with a child. She tied the knot with him in 2019 but has never been seen with him in public or in pictures. Rakhi shared another incident that scarred her saying a friend, who helped with money for her mother’s treatment, forced himself on her.

With so many revelations and shocking truths from the contestants, we need to see who wins this task.