Actress Smita Singh, known for playing comic and adorable characters inÂ shows like Hitler Didi, Bhagyavidhata, and Thapki Pyaar Ki, talks about the controversial reality show Bigg Boss.
- Bigg Boss has changed a lot from what it used to be initially. Now the people inside the house fight in most nasty ways, even worse than the road side fights.Â
- Itâ€™s no more entertaining for me. I think people in the house should show their creativity and talent. They need to understand the value of the platform.
- Contestants look really gorgeous and pretty inside the house but their acts are just the opposite I feel. The way they perform sometimes is shameful to watch. Being from the same fraternity I donâ€™t wish people to judge and point us saying we are like that who look to be educated but behave like uneducated and uncouth.
When asked if she wants to join the coming seasons, "I would love to be part of Bigg Boss if the show continued the way it was initially but now I doubt. I don't feel I can adjust in that atmosphere. It would be really difficult for me and if I lost my temper in any case it would be harmful for other contestants (laughs)."