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'I'll be a lot more alert'

As the wildcard entry into the Bigg Boss house, Monica Bedi plans to be more alert. Rahul Sabharwal tells more.

tv Updated: Oct 09, 2008 13:08 IST
Rahul Sabharwal
Rahul Sabharwal
Hindustan Times

Monica Bedi has towered over competitors — Alina Wadiwalla, Sambhavana Seth and Rakhi Vijyan to power her way back into the Bigg Boss house as the wildcard entry. And this time round she is a lot more prepared. “The other contestants had the advantage of watching the first season. Ab mujhe pata hai game kaise kheli jaati hai,” she says.

But she’s quick to add that she doesn’t want to play any games inside. “I’ll just be a lot more alert,” Monica says. She’s aware, however, that that’s not true for everyone. “Everyone is planning every move to win.”

She says Rahul Mahajan is her biggest competition. Competition — does that mean there won’t be Rahul-Payal-Monica love triangle? “There is nothing between the two of us,” she says.

After her eviction, Bedi had stated that she wouldn’t return to the house unless the manipulation stopped. So what’s changed? “Manipulation and planning in terms of voting shouldn’t be allowed. But one really can’t help it.” she says. But voting doesn’t really matter as Bedi isn’t going back in to win — she’s going back so people can see the real Monica.

“I didn’t get enough time to show people who I really am. The reason I was nominated was because I wasn’t very interactive. That’s how I really am — I take time to open up. But this time round, I’ll make sure I am more friendly. Good or bad, I’m right in front of you.”

First Published: Oct 09, 2008 12:50 IST