Rajat's exit came as a relief not only to him but also his fellow contestants, who were worried about his wellbeing after he had a meltdown on the Colors show last week. (Agencies)
"I am happy with my eviction as I was missing my daughter and wife. I am the only contestant in the house who has a kid. I entered the show with a mission to make everyone laugh and get a good physique but due to my bad health I was unable to give my best on the show," Rajat said after his eviction.
During the first week, Rajat, who played Salman Khan's friend Tsumani in "Bodyguard", had a decent stay in the house and took active participation in the household chores and performed all the tasks diligently. But, things started getting bad for him as he suffered health problems.
The house in the reality show, where all 14 contestants are holed up for three months without any connectivity with the outside world, has been divided into heaven and hell segments under the new format. Rajat said he found it tough to fit in.
"I feel the format of the show is tough this time. Even the tasks are tough and it's really impossible for a person like me to be a part of the show," Rajat said.
Rajat's exit came as a relief not only to him but also his fellow contestants, who were worried about his wellbeing after he had a meltdown on the Colors show last week.