Rajat Rawail's stint in 'Bigg Boss-Saath 7' ends

Published: 29th September 2013 12:10 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th September 2013 12:12 PM   |  A+A-

By IANS

Actor Rajat Rawail Saturday became the second celebrity contestant to get evicted from the "Bigg Boss-Saath 7" house. He says his health let him down.

"I had come to 'Bigg Boss' with lots of things in my mind. But unfortunately I couldn't give my best shot due to poor health," Rajat said in a statement.

His eviction came a week after British-Indian actress Hazel Keech was evicted from the reality show. The evictions are based on audience votes.

Rajat, who is known for playing Tsunami Singh in Salman Khan-starrer "Bodyguard", was not in the best of his health during the second week of the show.

His exit comes as a relief to not only him, but also his fellow contestants who have been worried about his well-being. He seemed to be ill and depressed, but experts checked him and found he was suffering only from acidity.

The actor's funny one-liners and message t-shirts remained his trademark while he was inside the house.During the first few days, Rajat took active part in the household chores.

Upon his eviction, he said: "I will be back".

Rajat was nominated for eviction by the captain of the house, actress Tanisha Mukherjee. Others who were nominated included actors Pratyusha Banerjee, Kamya Punjabi, Gauhar Khan and Kushal Tandon.

Now the remaining contestants include VJ Andy, Gauhar, Kushal, Apoorva Agnihotri and wife Shilpa Agnihotri, Tanisha, Anita Advani, Armaan Kohli, Asif Azim, Sangram Singh, Elli Avram, Ratan Rajput, Kamya and Pratyusha.

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