Bigg Boss Season 5 grand finale is just 3 days to go. In the last week of the season BB offered all the finalists a suitcase with 15 lakhs to walk out of the finale if he or she is not confident. Whom do you people think that should walk out with the cash? Let us take a look into the journey and the good and bads of the finalists.

The lucky five finalists are Amar, Juhi, Mehak, Sidhharth and Akash aka Sky. Ranked on the basis of the Pros and cons and the message they are giving to the audience through their behavior in the house.

1.  Siddhartha Bharadwaj, young, energetic and aggressive is the words that describe Sid. The former splits villa winner and MTV VJ Sid is the representation Indian youth. He is young, strong and competitive. His aggression is common in younger generation and it is in the hands of the elderly to mould the aggression of the youth into some thing progressive and useful. As per his journey in the BB5 house, he always followed somebody in the house as our children will do in our house. They could be lazy, stubborn and afraid, sad and happy like SID in the BB5 house. He always needed guidance but at the end he stands like a more sensible person than any other elder person in the house.

PROS: young, energetic, sensible, handsome, friendly, funny, he regrets his mistakes and learns from them.

CONS: aggressiveness, ready to fight, laziness and foul language

Sid stands on the 1st position on my list because despite his errors and wrongs he is the best person in the house compared to others. He is giving the message of “take the guidance of sensible elders and learn from your mistakes. Be strong when you are alone and stand for the right thing”.

2. Mehak Chahal, the model, actress and item girl is the mixture of agony and righteousness. She may have a past but it doesn’t matter in the BB5. She may be playing a game but not a dirty one like others. She makes herself stand straight to any accusations made by any of the housemates. She held herself More >

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