Bigg Boss OTT: Divya Agarwal feels she is left aloof because “people here have considered me competition from day one”

Divya when asked about being unable to make connections or become friends with a few of her fellow contestants, she replied, "To be very honest, my effort in any friendship is not to go back in the past and keep saying 'you had said this and I had said this".

Hosted by Karan Johar, Bigg Boss OTT has been making buzz since the day it got aired. The show is in its final segment and it’s time for a press conference held in the Big Boss OTT house.  Shamita Shetty, Raqesh Bapat, Pratik Sehajpal, Divya Agarwal, Neha Bhasin and Nishant Bhat were asked many questions and they have answered them honestly.

Talking about Divya, in particular, she is the main highlight of the show since day one.

In the recent press conference, Divya when asked about being unable to make connections or become friends with a few of her fellow contestants, she replied, “To be very honest, my effort in any friendship is not to go back in the past and keep saying ‘you had said this and I had said this”.

She further added that her nature is to move on in life. “My nature even outside the house is to move on. Which in the middle had happened with Shamita and I had discussed the same with Raqesh too, that everything seems fine to me now and Shamita and I have started talking to each other. But the problem is that whenever I try to say something or clear out something, this entire group gets together and comes in between.”

The actress further stated that she didn’t interfere when the media was asking questions to Shamita and Raqesh. “When everyone was talking about Raqesh and Shamita, my name was in every question, but I didn’t interfere because that’s not my statement. I give them time and they also should give time to me. When I don’t get this from their side, then why should I make any efforts?,” said Divya. She added that in the Bigg Boss OTT house she doesn’t have any friends, ”maybe because people here have considered me competition from day one.”