Neither the contestants nor the audience is having fun in Bigg Boss: Nigaar Khan
TV actor Nigaar Khan, who is the latest wild card entry on Bigg Boss 8, says that neither the audience nor the contestants are having fun in the house. She also adds that there are two groups in the house and she wants to bring them together.entertainment Updated: Nov 10, 2014 15:53 IST
TV actor Nigaar Khan, who is the latest wild card entry on Bigg Boss 8, has said neither the audience nor the contestants were having fun. She also said there were two groups in the house and she wanted to bring them together.
"From whatever I have seen, I know that there are two groups inside the house. I feel that neither the contestants nor the audience is having fun. I want to change that. I want to bring the two groups together," she said.
The actor further said said that she has not been able to follow the controversial show from the start but has managed to watch a few of latest episodes.
Talking about her entry, Nigaar said her sister and last season's winner Gauhar Khan, is responsible for her decision to be a part of the reality series. "Gauhar is definitely responsible for my decision to be a part of Bigg Boss. I was holidaying and I got a call this Monday. Gauhar played a vital role in agreeing me to do the show. Hope I also have as much fun as she had," Nigaar said.
The 35-year-old actor, mainly known for her portrayal of negative characters on TV soaps, will be the fourth wild card entrant on the show after Ali Quli Mirza, Renee Dhyani and Dimpy Mahajan.
The Khan Sisters star said that she personally knows Diandra Soares from their modelling days and feels that the former model is yet to show her real self to the audience. "Diandra is a very fun person. I don't know why she is not showing that side to the audience. I hope I can bring out that side of her," Nigaar said.
The actor said winning the show is not her priority.
Bigg Boss 8 hosted by Bollywood star Salman Khan airs on Colors.
First Published: Nov 10, 2014 13:41 IST