'Bigg Boss 7' dangerous, but interesting: Monica Bedi

Actress Monica Bedi, a former contestant of reality show \"Bigg Boss\", finds the ongoing season is \"dangerous\", but says it is interesting because of its unique and new concept of heaven and hell too.

Published: 27th September 2013 02:45 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th September 2013 02:47 PM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

Actress Monica Bedi, a former contestant of reality show "Bigg Boss", finds the ongoing season is "dangerous", but says it is interesting because of its unique and new concept of heaven and hell too.

"This time 'Bigg Boss' is very dangerous...a lot of fights are going on, but I am enjoying it," Monica said in an interview.

"Bigg Boss Saath 7" is based on the concept of heaven and hell and it shows the angelic and the demonic side of the contestants of the show.

"The concept of heaven and hell that they have come up is very new and it is interesting. Participants in the show are good. The show is interesting," added the actress, who had participated in season two of the show.

Monica has two favourite contestants on the show - Shilpa Agnihotri and Gauhar Khan. She feels the two are playing quite well.

"It is too soon to say anything but I think Shilpa (Agnihotri) is playing it very well. I am sure audiences must be finding Gauhar interesting. She is quite popular. She has been doing quite well in films also," Monica said.

"But it is too soon to say that who will win," she added.

"Bigg Boss Saath 7" airs on Colors TV.

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