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'Rakhi can't do any more wonders'

tv Updated: Dec 26, 2008 21:53 IST

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It's a clash of the item girls now. Bhojpuri Helen Sambhavna Seth has hit out at controversial Bollywood item queen Rakhi Sawant, stating that even if the latter joins her on reality show Dancing Queen, she would not be doing any wonders.

"If Rakhi joins Dancing Queen, she is not going to do any wonders. I have seen what she can do and I don't want to see any further wonders from her," said Sambhavna.<b1>

Sambhavna, who became a household name after participating in the second season of reality show Bigg Boss, says she is neither missing Rakhi on Dancing Queen nor does she want to compete with her at any stage.

"I don't miss her on the show at all. Rakhi is quite senior in our league. She has done various reality shows and she has also become a judge. For her, it's like, 'been there done that'. There is no sense in her coming to Dancing Queen because she has reached a senior level. And even if she comes, there is no issue, but I am not at all missing her," said Sambhavna.

But, though she is not missing Rakhi's presence, Sambhavna says she would be glad if she gets the item queen's blessing for the show.

"Rakhi has shown whatever she could have. Now it's her chance to see what I do. I am just starting and all I need is good wishes from her.

"She is of my elder sister's age. I agree she has maintained herself well but age-wise and experience-wise she is older and she should be left at that level. I am only missing her blessings on the show and she should give me just that."

The Bhojpuri item girl was in the capital to promote Dancing Queen, which pairs 10 dancing divas with a protégé each. The show is telecast on entertainment channel Colors and is being judged by veteran actors Hema Malini and Jeetendra.

For the show, Sambhavna has teamed up with a young girl named Shamaayal, who hails from Benaras in Uttar Pradesh. Sambhavna says more than being worried about competitors, she wants to concentrate on grooming Shamaayal so that they become a stronger team and win the show.

"I want to see her match my energy level. All the contestants think that I have the best energy level so I want to bring Shamaayal to my energy level at least. Then people should say that not one but two Sambhavnas are performing," she said.