The actress says she overestimated her strength but staying in 'Bigg Boss' has taught her that she can't handle fake people and indulge in politics. (Agencies)
"People there had come with a plan. It was uncomfortable for me to stay there because 14 strange people were thrown together and you cannot trust anyone because there are groups. Also, there was a class system as some people (I don't want to name them) would think they were special because they came from a film family,” she said.
"But, I think everyone was equal there as we all were the part of same show. It is not like they were participating in Big Brother," Ratan said.
Ratan, however, is happy that despite so many fights within the house, she did not face any misbehaviour from anyone, though she is aware that people may have talked badly behind her back.
The actress, who found fame on TV with 'Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo' and her 'Swayamvar' on TV and subsequent break-up, said she is not a bad person and not very dramatic so when things became difficult for her, she became quiet, which may have been a reason for her exit.
When asked about the new romance between Tanisha and Armaan Kohli, Ratan quipped, "I think they are inspired by Gauhar and Kushal. But Gauhar and Kushal are definitely more than good friends."
She also believes that Armaan, who is gaining the reputation of a bully thanks to his frequent outbursts, is a strong player but Ratan says he and Tanisha are giving everything to stay on top of the game.
The actress says she overestimated her strength but staying in 'Bigg Boss' has taught her that she can't handle fake people and indulge in politics.