‘I think, Tilak is still in school’

Published: 08th April 2013 01:02 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th April 2013 01:02 PM   |  A+A-


Actress Sanjjanaa’s eviction came as a surprise in the reality show Big Boss, hosted by Sudeep. “I took the game for granted,” said Sanjjanaa adding, “I was hoping that I along with Nikitha Thukral would be the last in the game. But the technique is systematic and genuine.”

Though she has been given an early exit, Sanjjanaa did have fun in the show. She said, “I was definitely not there to make money. I was so attached to phones and gadgets that I wanted to challenge myself without any of them but I slowly started losing my cool. I thought I could manage for a month but it ended so quickly.”

Sanjjanaa also admitted that her straightforward character did not allow her to stay in the house for a longer time. “I had to be with people and among them a few did not have class and dignity. I am punctual and dominating but I never cross the line,” she said.

Though she misses Nikitha and  Narendra Babu Sharma Swamiji, a fatherly figure, she also reveals the other side of a few participants. “The most cunning fox in the house is Chandrika. Of course, it was a different fight with Tilak.

Though we both are still in touch after our first film, he triggered the argument by talking about Ganda Hendathi and made some harsh comments.

Since I am attached with my heart and less with my brain, I could not handle fights. Today I have made a name for myself across South India. I think, Tilak is still in school,” she asserted.

She also states that Sudeep, who is anchoring the show is doing a fantastic job and she would definitely go back if given a wildcard entry.

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