Bigg Boss 12 contestant Somi Khan, who walked inside the house as one of the jodidaars this season, managed to make her presence felt in the house since Day 1. She did not stop herself from voicing out her opinion, even at the cost of losing her friends. Even after her sister Saba Khans eviction, Somi Khan continued to play strong and did not let her competitive spirit weaken. But unfortunately Somi could not fulfill her dream of reaching the finale and winning the game. She got evicted a week before the finals. In an exclusive interview with the TimesofIndia.com, Somi opened up about her friends in the house, her equation with Deepak and who she sees as the winner of Bigg Boss 12. (Photo: Instagram). Interview by: Vijaya TiwariYes, I feel sad and disappointed to be out of the show just a week before the finale. But I am extremely proud of my journey as being a commoner, I managed to stay for so long on the show. I went through a lot of ups and downs, but all of it has been worth. My journey on the show has been a beautiful oneI will feel emptiness in my life. Living without the Bigg Boss house and BB’s voice will be difficult. I have got so used to all this in last three months. Be it cooking food in BB kitchen, the wake-up song or meeting Salman sir during the Weekend ka Vaar, I am going to miss all of it. (Photo: Instagram).I will stay in touch with my friends outside too. I will be friends with Deepak, Surbhi, Romil and Karanvir Bohra. I have shared a very close bond with them inside the house and my friendship with Romil, Deepak and Surbhi has gone through many ups and down, but we have managed to pass the testing times. Though I have shared a good rapport with Dipika and Sreesanth too. Dipika and I cooked together in kitchen and Sree is jamai sa of Jaipur as his wife is from Jaipur, but as Deepak, Surbhi, Romil and I were a part of the ‘Happy Club’ and shared extremely strong bond, the chances of meeting them is more. I think this elimination was the most difficult one as everyone who was nominated deserved to stay in the house. Everyone was equally good and anyone could have got nominated. If Sreesanth, Dipika have a huge fan following, people are loving Deeoak, Romil and me, so it was a very tight situation. I can’t take one name, all I can say is that even I deserved to stay in the game. We all felt at one point of time that Dipika Kakar is fake. As she was a completely different person when she used to talk to us or be with us. She was polite and helping. But the moment she got into tasks she used to get all aggressive. She behaved the opposite during tasks. This created a lot of confusion around her behaviour and we all felt that she was fake. However, the feedback that we are getting from outside and from the people who visited the house, it has become very clear that she is not faking. Though, she is cunning at times, but she is not a fake person. Recently, the housemates were asked who according to them is a bad person of the house and I had taken Sreesanth’s name. But after a lot of thinking we all arrived at a point during the Weekend ka Vaar episode that Surbhi Rana has been the villain of the house. She has always crossed all the limits and gone all out to instigate people. She has herself accepted that she has gone beyond to provoke and instigate Sreesanth to get footage. She is not a bad person but her aggressive side is her biggest drawback. Actually the first time I was hurt with Romil when I learnt that he called me weak. I never expected such a thing from him as he was my closest friend in the house and I had supported throughout in the game. Then later on we sorted out our differences. But after his wife entered the show, things went for a toss. She kept stressing at one point to give Romil and my relationship brother-sister’s name. It was very demeaning for me because I don’t feel that a boy and a girl can’t be friends. It is not necessary to always give it a name. It’s a pity that Romil Chaudhary’s wife thinks a man and a woman can’t be friends. Post this we started maintaining a respectful distance and this led to a rift between our friendship. I did not like it and I felt she should have at least trusted her husband. Marriage is based on trust and by raising a question on our friendship, she somehow showed that she doesn’t trust her husband. (Deepak is a good friend. I had made it clear from day one to Deepak that he will always be a good friend and nothing more than that. I respect his feelings for me, but there’s nothing more than that. I really like that he also understood that and we have found good friends in each other. I don’t think I can be friends with Jasleen as I got to know many things that she said about me. I also learnt after coming out that she called her relationship with Anup Jalota ji a prank. I mean what else can you expect from a person who calls her relationship fake. I don’t give importance to Jasleen and will pray that she does good in her life.