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'Bigg Boss 6': Salman Khan is not God, says Sapna
Sapna Bhavnani, who was evicted from the show,` would have "wanted" Aseem Trivedi or Sampat Pal to win the show.
Mumbai: Celebrity hair-stylist Sapna Bhavnani, who was evicted from the 6th edition of `Bigg Boss,` would have "wanted" cartoonist Aseem Trivedi or Gulabi Gang leader Sampat Pal to have won the reality show.
Aseem, who was earlier arrested on charges of sedition for his cartoons, and Sampat Pal were evicted from the show in the initial days. They were known to be close to Sapna.
"I thought that Alag Che (it`s different) was the concept and would have wanted one of my role models to win the show. I would have wanted either Aseem or Sampat to win," she said.
Sapna, who was full of praises for the two, said, "Aseem is a youth icon and he will go a long way. Sampat is a strong lady and stands for her rights."
Sapna also voiced her personal views about Salman Khan on the show.
"Salman is not God, neither am I. We have differences, he is the no 1 star, which doesn`t mean that I have to act with him in a certain way," she said.
Currently, ex-couple Delnaaz Irani-Rajeev Paul, Sana Khan, Imam Siddique, Niketan Madhok and Urvashi Dholakia are part of the show vying for the `Bigg Boss` title. The finale will be held on January 12.
Sapna felt that Rajeev, Delnaaz and Sana did not deserve to win the show, while Imam, Niketan and Urvashi were winners according to her.
"The coalition between Sana, Rajeev and Delnaaz has brought them till here. I don`t think there is anything interesting about them. I don`t see anything good in them," she said.
"I would like Imam, Urvashi or Niketan to win the show," she added.
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