Sarkar Ki Duniya-Mink Interview
Mink talks about her experience from “Sarkar Ki Duniya” in an intimate interview. The gorgeous girl Mink says “Sarkar Ki Duniya” is a life time experience for her. Check out the complete coverage.
We all have witnessed Mink going through the toughest phase of her life in ‘Sarkar Ki Duniya’. Her wild card entry in the show did miff the contestants and they started bullying her. She was made to do everything that she would not do in her real life. She was made to milk cow, taking them for a walk and also had to collect eggs from hens. For somebody like Mink who is blessed with all the luxury in life, SKD was definitely a life time experience. She got candid in an interview about her journey in SKD.
1. How was the experience in Sarkaar Ki Duniya?
It was a life time experience for me.
2. What did you do first when you came out of SKD?
I called at home and spoke to my mom. She was crying when I spoke to her.They told me that they use to cry when they see me crying on the show but they also enjoyed my activities on the show.
3. Would you like to go back again in SKD?
One time experience is more than enough. After coming out and recovering the physical stress, it is easy to say that I loved this and that but honestly it was very hard for a girl like me whose had a very luxurious life.
4. What you did not like about Sarkaar Ki Duniya?
It’s a bit too harsh. There are other reality shows where contestants have to only pass their time in the house with doing simple task but SKD is the game of survival. Besides tasks we faced other hardships. There was no food, at times we use to live on water. Also there was no bathroom with fresh water in it.
5. Did you follow the show before getting into SKD?
I did follow SKD for a week before entering. My mom was apprehensive of me going in but I convinced her to let me take this experience.
6. How long it took you to adapt in SKD?
Initially I found every thing dirty. I cried a lot when chickens were attacking me and also I was disgusted of dirty water. But I adapted there pretty soon but I would not say that got use to it, nobody can get use to dirt.
7. Did you feel like Celeb among the commoners?
I didn’t get any extra perks from production for being a celebrity. They were equally tough towards me. I agree that contestants were nice to me because I was a celeb.
8.What did you discover about yourself in SKD?
I discovered that I’m braver than I thought I would be. I always believed that I am a little princess who cannot step out of the house without my brother or my mother beside for protecting me all the time. In SKD for the first time I was away from my family and learnt that I am a tough girl.
9. Which was the most memorable day in SKD?
We had gone for the boat ride – a Kashti made by the contestants themselves. Weather was very pleasant that day and we spent the entire day on it. I also enjoyed the day when I was awarded to go to 5 star Hotel. I stole the food and smuggled it into Sarkar Ki Duniya for the other contestants. Then I realized that they have almost become my family. I knew that they would expect me to get something for them and when they thanked me it was a great feeling.
10. What do you have to say about Sarkaar?
He commands lot of respect. In spite of knowing him, I could not take liberty of talking to him and acting smart with him. We were all participants and if he asked us to dig a hole or jump into shit pool we did that. Our patience was put to test in the show where we were in the world ruled by Sarkaar whom we were suppose to obey.
11. Did you make friends in SKD?
I stayed with strangers in SKD and they are very different people. I had tough time adjusting with them as at times they use to behave weirdly. I won’t count myself among them. Yes there were few nice people with whom I use to hang around because they respected me and I respected them. After coming out I have nothing.
Check out the Video for Minks entry in Sarkar Ki Duniya