TV actress Pratyusha Banerjee, who is the latest contestant to be ousted from the 'Bigg Boss' house, says her patience level grew tremendously during her two months stint on the celebrity reality show.
The 22-year-old actress said that now she does not bother what people think about herself.
"I became very patient. There are a lot of times, when people, who do not like you are talking about you and telling bad things on your face. In our personal life we do get affected by such things," Pratyusha told PTI after her exit from the show.
"But here I don't get affected, and that's the most important thing which we most of us have learnt that what people think about you, it is their perspective, there is no need to bother about it," she added.
Pratyusha, who became a household name by playing Anandi in 'Balika Vadhu', was often criticised in the house for not taking up a stand.
But she feels whenever she tried to do so, it was not taken in the right spirit.
"If something individually is not happening to me how can I take a stand? Also I was the youngest of them, I cannot shout at people, who were senior to me. When I once did take a stand out of my anger, that did not came across nice," she said.
During her stay in the house, the actress bonded well with popular TV actress Kamya Punjabi. She wants her good friend Kamya to win the seventh season of the Colors' show.
"Kamya is my friend for life. I seriously respect and love her from the bottom of my heart. I care for her. She is a darling, she stands up for me and loves me.
"I want her to win the show, not only because she is a good friend but I think she is a very strong contestant and really deserving," she said.
Pratyusha said the show's host Salman Khan has brought a positivity in the house as the current situation has become much sorted.
"Since last week the situation has become much sorted. Till last week people were liking or