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I'd love to be back in Bigg Boss: Sakshi

Sakshi Pradhan, who became the second contestant to get eliminated from Bigg Boss 4, is sad at her short stint and says she would love to re-enter the house.

tv Updated: Oct 16, 2010 19:24 IST

Sakshi Pradhan, who became the second contestant to get eliminated from Bigg Boss 4, is sad at her short stint and says she would love to re-enter the house.

Sakshi stayed in the house for only two weeks and has been replaced by former WWF champion Khali, who will make his entry today.

"I am a bit sad to leave the Bigg Boss house so early but I have accepted it. I loved my time there. It was like a paid holiday and given a chance I would love to be back on the show," Sakshi told PTI.

The MTV Splitsvilla contestant was nominated by Pakistani TV artiste Begum Nawazish Ali. Others who were nominated for eviction with Sakshi were TV actor Sameer Soni and former dacoit Seema Parihar, but they received minimum votes.

When asked about her tiffs with male members on the show, Sakshi said, "Don't dub me as a cry baby? We had our little skirmishes but I don't hate anyone. It is a game at the end of the day and you have to play well."

Before leaving the reality show Sakshi nominated Begum Nawazish Ali, who is now up for elimination next week.

When asked about it, Sakshi said, "I have no enmity with anyone in the house. I can't blame anyone but I picked Begum because she had nominated me. Now it is her turn."

Sakshi, who has bagged two more TV projects, said she made friends with Manoj Tiwari, Shweta and Veena Malik and is happy that she did not resort to tricks to stay in the game.

"I am happy that people saw the real me. I had no mask to hide myself. The game is going to get dirty from here," said Sakshi.

Hosted by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, the show requires contestants to be locked inside a house without any communication with the outside world.