"Being a transwoman in India, rejections are a part of our lives. We have faced and continue to face rejections from workplace, friends, family and whom we fall in love with. I believe, love has no gender and it is this positive attitude and confidence that I hold that lets me believe, I will find my soulmate who will embrace me regardless," Nitasha said in a statement.
Nitasha was born as a boy in a conservative Bengali family. She is entering the world of TV to find love.
On her experience on the show, she said: "My experience on 'Dating In The Dark' was quite eventful. I went on two dates and though I did not find love but I'm glad, I could confess to my second date about my journey on national television without any hesitation. It took a lot of courage but it was great to see my date had no qualms spending time with me."
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