Amar Upadhyay not bothered about `touchy` allegations
Mumbai: Popular TV actor Amar Upadhyay, who could not win reality show Bigg Boss last night, says he is not bothered about the allegations of trying to be `touchy` with female co-contestants.
Contestants on the fifth season of the show Shonali Nagrani and Sunny Leone had earlier alleged that Amar was trying to get a bit too close with them.
When asked about the allegations, Amar said, "The people, I have worked with or those who know me, are aware what kind of person I am. My family knows what I am. In case of Shonali, she has apologised to me hundred times. No one has ever told anything wrong about me, so who is Sunny and who cares about what she says?"
"I am a family person and my family knows how I behave. I have always respected women in my life," he said. Amar became popular with his character of Mihir Virani on the daily soap `Kyunki Saas bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi`. Bigg Boss was his first reality show.
"I have always openly said that I have played games. I tried to play a smart game I used my mind and not my heart. I tested my patience and I have no hard feelings for any one. I am happy that I am out of the house, but sad that I could not win," he said.
Another popular `bahu` on the small screen Juhi Parmar won the fifth season of Bigg Boss and Amar says he felt Juhi had a strong chance of winning.
"I knew she would win. Ab India ka beta nahi jeeta toh it was obvious ki bahu jeetegi (India`s son did not win so it was obvious that the daughter-in-law would win)," he said.
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