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I am a changed person: Rakhi Sawant

After being voted out of Bigg Boss, the current reality rage on Sony, Bollywood's item girl claims, that she is a changed person.

india Updated: Dec 08, 2006 11:06 IST

It’s not her item numbers, it’s not her shows, it’s not her clothes and it’s not her ‘good friends’. For a change, Rakhi Sawnat was in the news sans a controversy. After being voted out of Bigg Boss, the current reality rage on Sony, she claims she is a changed person.

“I went there because I was tired of all that the controversies surrounding me. I wanted to run away from all this,” she said. A changed person she may be, but the credit also goes to her newly found love Abhishek.

“I have been working with Abhishek for over two years now. He had proposed to me so many times but I always turned him down. It was only when I was living away from him that I started missing him,” she added.

Love is surely in the air but she has a firm answer for her future, “No marriage plans right now. We have just started going around and I don’t want to rush into anything.” Things have surely changed with Sawant.

She is not the crude girl she was. “People have started seeing me in a different light now. Initially they only knew me through my controversies but now I am like any other girl to them,” she says with a hope to make it back to Bigg Boss through the wild card entry.

“There is a lot to learn in Big Boss’ house. It acted as a boarding school for all of us. I think I got voted out because there were all scared of my popularity. Somewhere deep down they knew that I was way too popular as compared to them,” says the item girl with confidence writ large on her face.

First Published: Dec 08, 2006 11:06 IST