Sachin Shroff felt the 'Bigg Boss' pressure
Sachin Shroff got an opportunity to meet wife Juhi Parmar in the 'Bigg Boss' house.
New Delhi: TV actor Sachin Shroff, who got an opportunity to meet wife Juhi Parmar in the 'Bigg Boss' house, says he could feel the pressure in the house and is proud to see how his better half was coping with it.
"I didn't get the so much time to interact with inmates but I could feel the pressure building inside the house," Sachin told IANS on phone after coming out of the 'Bigg Boss' house.
"I am delighted to see how Juhi is coping up with it. The game is heating up but so far she's doing good. She handles the situation very nicely and maturely. I hope she does well ahead and goes on to win the show," he added.
Making a rare exception, the Colors channel allowed the family members of the contestants to enter the house and meet their loved ones.
Sachin says Juhi was surprised to see him.
"Juhi was really happy to see me. She kept hugging me and I could see the happiness on her face. I had taken some gifts for her as Dec 14 is her birthday," said Sachin, who married Juhi in 2009.
"I made a collage of pictures capturing memorable and funny moments of our life and she was really happy to see it. I got little time to spend with her but it was indeed a beautiful moment. She just kept asking about our family and home," he added.
He is also happy to see that Juhi has lost weight on the show. "Juhi had put on weight due to thyroid problem, but it is nice to see that she has shed some pounds on the show," he said jokingly.
The actor feels that the show is a great platform for contestants to show who they really are and added, "This show is a great platform for contestants where they work together as a team and be their real self."
The fifth season started with 14 contestants and right now apart from Juhi, Siddharth, Sunny Leone, Akashdeep Saigal, Shonali Nagrani, Amar Upadhyay and Andrew Symonds are vying for the winner's trophy.
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