Mumbai: Here’s something that comes in as a surprise. When all the inmates of the infamous `Bigg Boss` house have been thoroughly irritated by their fellow contestant Pooja Missra, Swami Agnivesh seems to have a different take on the girl’s erratic behaviour.
The Swami doesn’t feel that Pooja Missra is completely at fault. On the contrary he believes that one must take out the goodness from the vices to transform the person.
Talking to a daily, the 72 year old controversial social activist said, “If we say, some people are completely wrong - that`s not right. Each one has a role to play. Agar inmein se hi achhai ko nikaal sakein toh yeh bhi heeree ho jate hain (If we can take good points from the wrongs that they do then they too can become good humans).”
Moreover, he also defended the girl who often behaves irrationally with her co-inmates. Her unreasonable behaviour and whimsical character has upset one and all in the house. But Agnivesh hopes the girl will transform for good.
“There have been occasions, when criminals transform into revolutionaries. Pooja Missra revolutionary ban sakti hai - yehi ummeed leke jaa raha hoon,” he added.