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No more reality shows for me: Pooja Missra

Her trademark line - Spare Me - and antics in the reality show Bigg Boss season 5 surely made model-anchor Pooja Misrra a household name. But on a recent visit to the Capital, Misrra, who also has a clothing line called Spare Me, says that she won’t take part as a contestant in any reality show in the future.

tv Updated: Feb 22, 2012 00:41 IST
Navdeep Kaur Marwah

Her trademark line - Spare Me - and antics in the reality show Bigg Boss season 5 surely made model-anchor Pooja Misrra a household name. But on a recent visit to the Capital, Misrra, who also has a clothing line called Spare Me, says that she won’t take part as a contestant in any reality show in the future.

In a tête-à-tête with HT City, the 27-year-old talks about how her life has changed after participating in the controversial show, her plans of writing a book, her item number in the upcoming film Baaja Baja Dunga, and much more.

On reality shows
Though I have done two reality shows - Big Switch and Bigg Boss 5, I have gathered enough wisdom not to do any more. But I am open to anchoring them.

On life after Big Boss
My eyes have opened to people’s behavioural pattern after Bigg Boss. I understand people much better. Also, I have got a worldwide fan following after the show.

On her image
I am a very happy-go-lucky person. There is a lot more to Pooja than what people got to know during Bigg Boss. Pooja Bedi had a hidden agenda to malign me.

On her item song
I am doing an item song in the climax of the film - Baaja Baja Dunga. It will be on the lines of Mehbooba Mehbooba. I hope this song proves to be the next Chikini Chameli or Munni.

On writing a book
I have plans to write a book called - Spare Me - about my experiences in Bigg Boss. The way I was shown in the show is not the real me. Life has changed after the show.

On Delhi
This time, I have come to Delhi after a year. I love coming to Delhi, as it has been always warm towards me. The people here don’t tell me to spare me. I always look forward to come to the Capital.


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