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I’ll become Dolly Bindra ka baap: Amar Upadhyay

tv Updated: Oct 10, 2011 17:23 IST
Rachana Dubey
Rachana Dubey
Hindustan Times
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According to actor Amar Upadhyay, once known as Mihir Virani from Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, his wife Hetal wasn’t jealous when he entered the Bigg Boss House; which till Saturday night, had 12 women, a man and a eunuch inside. "I was watching the opening episode sitting in a hotel room, while Hetal and I were chatting over our phone’s messenger service. She was quite upbeat and made all kinds of funny remarks about how she visualised me inside the Bigg Boss house with such august company," says Amar.



AmarAfter observing the inmates closely for a week, Amar admits he’s better prepared to handle every situation and contestant inside. "If they rub me the wrong way, which is bound to happen, I’m so sure I’ll become Dolly Bindra ka baap. I’ll be Mr Impossible for the troublemakers," he adds.



Apparently, he’s not the only late entrant in the house. Slowly, there are chances of more men being let in too. "I don’t know much about that but right now, Shakti is the only man there and he’s taken advantage of that. In spite of capable women, he’s become the captain twice. I’m going throw him an open challenge," warns Amar, a father of two kids.



But wouldn’t his behaviour affect his kids’ minds, especially his daughter’s, with the number of women in the house? "My family knows me, so does my my circle of friends. My daughter understands when and why her father reacts the way he does," he explains. "So, I don’t have anything to lose, but only a huge booty to win."