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“Veena and Ashmit are a big drama”

entertainment Updated: Dec 19, 2010 15:42 IST
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Hindustan Times
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The rustic contestant Seema Parihar is the latest one to get evicted from the Bigg Boss House. Once, one of northern India’s most feared bandits, Seema says her stay in the house for 11 weeks has been wonderful. “I enjoyed my stay in the time.. Bahut hi badia raha (It was great). I can’t thank people enough who voted for me and will never forget the love and affection they have showered on me,” says Seema, who has even acted in a movie called Wounded, in which she plays herself as a Chambal bandit.

A terror by 20, Parihar (40), who, has spend about 18 years in the Chambal, says that “she lived in the Bigg Boss House as a family” and did each household chore as she would do “in her home.”

Did she ever fear eviction? “Mujhe koi darr nahi tha. (I never had any fear). In any case, only one person has to win the show,” says Seema, who’s waiting to meet her little son and nephew after a long time.

About Manoj Tiwari getting upset after knowing that she was among those who had voted against him, Seema says, “There is no doubt that I consider Manoj as my brother. But I had to vote against someone. And it is not as if he has never voted against me. If he felt bad, I really can’t do anything about it. All I can say is there’s nothing to feel bad about it.”

Speaking about other housemates, Seema says. “This Veeena and Ashmit are a big drama. They are there to provide masala to the show. Also, I didn’t like Khali’s abusing so much.”