When Aseem eneterd the Bigg Boss House, he had passion in his heart, an agenda in his head and a message on his lips. With him came along a host of social concerns and a passion to work towards it, that also inspired and impressed his fellow housemates, Sidhu, Sapna and Sampat the most. Surrounded by controversies and social change on his mind, he did send out few messages during his stay in the house and now that he is out, we got a chance to know more about him and his stay in the house.
The controversial cartoonist loves to speak about the various social issues our country faces outside as well as inside the Bigg Boss house. According to him, he could express more with Sapna Bhavnani the most and found similar intellectual wavelength with Sidhu & Sampat. Sapna started calling him Aseem ‘bhaiya’ and the two were quite fond of each other. He stayed in the Bigg Boss house for four entire weeks and did manage to win every housemate’s heart with his simplicity and humble nature. He entered the house as an introvert but after the four weeks in the Bigg Boss house, one can surely call him a confident extrovert. Aseem never lost his cool in the house and always stayed good terms with the others.
When asked, Aseem said, “I’m so grateful to god to give me such a wonderful platform to raise my opinions and meet such wonderful people from different walks of life. My stay in the Bigg Boss house has taught me a lot about life. Now that I’m outside I can work on my motive to spread awareness of the various social issues our country faces today. I will definitely miss the Bigg Boss house and I wish them all the best. May the best person win the season.”
We also quizzed him about what Salman told him that didn't take any stand in the house, and the controversial cartoonist replied with much humour, “I wasn't there to take a stand on Coffee or Achaar. If you expect me to take a stand on what should come in the luxury budget and what shouldn't, then i am sorry, I am not game for that!”
When proded further about his career, he got charged up and said, “I don't have any career. I don't want a career. I will continue doing what I love to do, sketch cartoons and fight social issues on an individual level with the medium I am most comfortable with.”