Bigg Boss 14 has been going on well and we will soon get to know the winner of this season. The show could not win hearts but by the end it is turning out to be interesting. Recently, actress turned politician Sonali Phogat got eliminated from the show. She was known for speaking out without any fear and also for her liking towards Aly Goni. She had revealed that she had feelings for Aly who is much younger than her. Post she was evicted, Sonali was trolled for liking a person of her son's age. She revealed that she made it a point to give a befitting reply to all these trolls every time. In an interview with ETimes, she spoke about being hurt to read such things.
She said, "Obviously, I was very hurt reading how I was trolled for showing affection for Aly. They abused me saying Aly was much younger to me and almost my son's age. But I replied to each of them saying if you like someone, how does age come into play?. I have no hesitation in confessing my true feelings and I don't regret admitting that I liked Aly." She also said that she could have hidden these feelings from Aly but did not do so. Sonali Phogat shared, "I did not play the game by lying. Whatever I thought, I shared with everyone. When in two weeks, I was told to leave the house, I wasn't sad about leaving, but at least I played fairly." Sonali also spoke about Nikki's behaviour towards her. She said, "The way Nikki teased and targeted me saying, 'who is she? She is a nobody and just a stupid woman and she should get out,' I ignored her for long thinking she is younger to me. But one day I had enough and I replied to her in her tone. I don't think I said anything abusive, like Salman Khan told me that I should not have abused, but if we don't reply in words, staying silent will not help."
Even after so many fights, Sonali says she doesn't think Rubina or Nikki are bad people. "I would break down after fighting with them, as everyone saw on TV. I realise that I shouldn't have said those things to them, " she said. Sonali was also asked if her fights will affect her political career. She said, "Fights do affect your image, but I did not leave an unpleasant impression like Arshi Khan or Rakhi Sawant did. I stayed true to my character and honesty."
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