Hazel Keech first to exit 'Bigg Boss-Saath 7' house

Published: 22nd September 2013 11:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd September 2013 11:51 AM   |  A+A-

By IANS

British-Indian actress Hazel Keech Saturday became the first celebrity to get evicted from the house of reality television show "Bigg Boss-Saath 7" after spending just six days there. She says she will treasure the experience for the rest of her life.

"'Bigg Boss' has been a great experience and I will treasure it for rest of my life," Hazel said in a statement.

The 26-year-old was placed in the hell section of the house, and she had befriended everyone there.

Hazel maintained a low profile on the show, but she participated actively in the 'wheel task' on the show. Despite her language barrier, the actress was seen taking much effort in learning to talk in Hindi.

"It was quite easy for me to adapt to the place in spite of the limitations and it fortunately worked well for me. I met new people, made friends and also learnt that it is very important to have a positive energy when you are in the house," she added.

The actress is known for sharing screen space with actor and host of the show Salman Khan in the movie "Bodyguard". Before she had entered "Bigg Boss", she had said in an interview that she will try to adjust with everyone in the house.

"I am not the kind of person who can have an agenda or try to be anyone else, who I am not. I will try and adjust and do the best which I can," she had said.

Now the "Bigg Boss-Saath 7" house is left with 14 contestants, who will struggle to survive inside the house surrounded by as many as 72 cameras.

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