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Bigg Boss inmates' family comes to show

tv Updated: Dec 12, 2011 01:03 IST
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Hindustan Times
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Contestants of the Bigg Boss house are in for a treat as their family members will enter the house today to give them a surprise. The first family member to enter the house will be VJ Sidharth’s mother Anuradha Sharma, who will stay one night in the house. This will soon be followed by actor Juhi Parmar’s actor-husband Sachin Shroff in the house.


Seemingly excited about his visit, Sachin says, “I can’t tell you how happy I am to get a chance to meet Juhi after 70 days. Also, it’s her birthday on December 14, so I am taking some gifts for her, including a T-shirt which has a picture of her when she was one-year-old and messages written all over by our loved ones.”

This will follow Sky’s sister Madhu Bhatia’s visit to surprise him. She says, “It will be overwhelming to catch up with Sky after almost six months. Honestly, at times it’s upsetting to see how he is being portrayed because in reality he is extremely calm and spiritual by nature.”

Her visit will be followed by that of Amar’s wife, Hetal Upadhyay, and Shonali’s boyfriend Shiraz is also expected in the house later.

The ex-inmates, however have mixed views on this decision. Sharing her view, actor-anchor Pooja Bedi says, “It will be a welcome change for the contestants, who really need emotional support at this time. Having said that, it might create more confusion as the family members will tell them about what’s happening outside and how they are being perceived. Whatever be the case, it will surely add to the drama of the show.”

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Item girl Sharadha Sharma says, “It’s a bad idea. If it had to happen, it should have happened earlier. It will create confusion among contestants once they know what’s happening outside the house.”

However, Afghan beauty Vida Samadzai says, “It’s a great idea. What can be a better gift for the contestants than to meet their family members.”