'Bigg Boss' should have more food, less politics: Anita Advani

Published: 06th October 2013 06:27 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th October 2013 06:27 PM   |  A+A-


Instead of feeding controversies, "Bigg Boss 7" house should provide adequate food for the inmates, feels Anita Advani, whose stint on the reality show has ended.

After getting evicted Saturday, Advani is not sure whether she will want to go back in, if given a chance.

"The 'Bigg boss' house must have more food for its contestants rather than politics," Advani told IANS in a telephonic interview.

"Let's see if I will go back to the house or not, if given a chance," she added.

However, she feels that the house was much better than what Advani, who claims to be Rajesh Khanna's live-in partner, had imagined it to be.

"People in the house were more friendly than what I had imagined. My stay there was very nice and I enjoyed it... I did share a few things about my life with him (Rajesh Khanna) on the show," she said.

She feels that contestants good at mind-games will win the show.

"I feel that the one who has the ability to brainwash maximum number of people will win the show. There is a lot of groupism there," she said.

Advani, who was initially placed in the heaven section of the house, was seen to be the closest to actress Tanisha Mukherjee.

"I was closest to Tanisha. We have decided to keep in touch even after the show," she said.

Now the remaining contestants are VJ Andy, Gauhar Khan, Kushal Tandon, Apoorva Agnihotri and his wife Shilpa, Tanisha, Armaan Kohli, Asif Azim, Sangram Singh, Elli Avram, Ratan Rajput, Kamya Punjabi and Pratyusha Banerjee.

"Bigg Boss - Saath 7" airs on Colors.


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