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Bigg Boss 13: Abu Malik cherishes time spent in the house

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Abu Malik's journey in the reality show "Bigg Boss 13" has come to an end, and the singer has no qualms about getting evicted from the reality show at an early stage.

Abu was evicted on Monday. He is the third contestant to be ousted from the house, with Dalljiet Kaur being the first contestant to be evicted from the 13th season of the controversial reality show, which is aired on Colors channel.

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"I think it was one of the most memorable times of my life. I have no complaints of any kind regarding anything that happened there," Abu told IANS.

"I think what they expected me to do was to and the find connect, I didn't agree to it," the singer said when asked about the reason he got evicted.

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Will he do thing differently if he goes back as a wild card entry?

"Yes, I will try to do things differently but I am not sure of what kind of things," said the brother of singer Anu Malik.

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Talking about the show, Abu said: "The show has been one of the most exciting and unpredictable experiences of my life. From meeting different people to dealing with conflicting egos and temperaments, the house has definitely taught me a lot about life and myself. I have discovered a different side to myself and I am leaving the house with a lot of positivity."

At this stage, Abu says Shahnaz Gill, Siddharth Shukla and Rashami Desai are playing well.

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