Australian model Lucinda Nicholas, who was recently evicted from Bigg Boss 11 told Indian Express that her former co-contestant Akash Dadlani told her "a girl's no actually means yes" when she continuously discouraged his advances on the show. Lucinda, who was evicted from the show on Monday said: "Initially it was funny the way he sang for me but it slowly turned really dirty. He kept asking me to kiss him and even when I said no, he kept on persuading me. It was disgusting when he told me that a girl's no actually means yes. That's a very cheap thought and I am relieved to get away from him," reports Indian Express.
- That's a very cheap thought, says Lucinda Nicholas
- Lucinda was eliminated on Monday following a surprise eviction round
- I had to pay the price of Luv and Mahjabi's mistake: Lucinda
On Monday's episode, a part of the aired clip showed how Akash insisted Lucinda must kiss him to gain his support for the voting session. In the end Akash voted against Lucinda. Akash's behaviour was rebuked by captain Vikas Gupta, who nominated Akash for the weekly elimination round.
The surprise elimination round was arranged after the four padosis - Lucinda, Luv Tyagi, Sabyasachi Sathpathy and Mehjabi Siddiqui - failed to keep up with their fake stories, thereby failing at Bigg Boss' task and losing their immunity. Lucinda told Indian Express: "It was Luv and Mehjabi who couldn't be in their characters and thus our secret was out. I had to pay the price of their mistake. It's a really sad feeling."
After the eviction, Lucinda had said: "My biggest disadvantage was the language barrier. Despite that, I feel that I connected with many of the contestants. Everyone inside is a good player, and I loved being a part of the Bigg Boss house. It surely was a big opportunity for me."
As of now, Luv Tyagi, Puneesh Sharma, Hina Khan, Sapna Choudhary and Akash Dadlani are nominated for elimination.