Karan Kundra started as one of the strongest competitors on Salman Khan’s Bigg Boss 15 as one of the most popular contestants. His popularity has fluctuated greatly in the past couple of weeks. Since the recent Weekend Ka Vaar, Karan has been seen as quite gloomy and in a state of self-doubt. As he was talking to the other contestants, Jay Bhanushali and Nishant Bhat, he told them he wanted to quit the show and “Mujhse nahin ho pa raha yeh game.” The two housemates told him to not take any impulsive decisions yet and that it’s merely a phase that shall pass as the game continues.
Karan continues to feel gloomy
However, Karan Kundra remains morose the next day as well and confides to Nishant about his true feelings. He said, “Mujhe lagta hai ki mujhe yaha se bahar jake kaam nhi milega.” Karan felt as the show would portray a negative spotlight in his career and may be difficult for him to get back on track. “My reputation is going for a toss. I forgot who I was and all that I have had to do to reach where I am today,” he continued. Previous Weekend ka Vaar left Karan emotionally shaken. A little quarrel between him and Pratik compelled Salman to point out Karan’s aggression. In response to a question regarding Pratik’s hesitation in reacting, he stated that Karan is his mentor, which is why he has no choice in reacting.
Other than Karan talking about wanting to quit the show, he expressed that he has severe trust issues as well that he wasn’t aware of. As a good friend, Nishant let Karan vent out his emotion and advised him to not be so harsh on himself. To address Karan’s trust issues, Nishant reassured him no one in the house can be trusted, as everyone is out to survive and win. We wish Karan to feel better and to survive as long as possible in the Bigg Boss house while taking care of both his physical and mental health.