Bigg Boss 10: Didn't Have Any Strong Impressions About Show, Says Gaurav Chopra
File photo of Gaurav Chopra.
Mumbai: Gaurav Chopra has entered the 10th season of reality show Bigg Boss. The actor says he doesn't have any strong impressions about the Bigg Boss house as he didn't followed the previous seasons.
"When you don't watch something you don't have any strong impressions about that. So, I didn't have any strong impressions about the Bigg Boss house. This is the seventh or the eight time they called me, sometimes the negotiations didn't work out, and sometimes I said no," Gaurav told IANS.
The reality show, an Indian version of international series Celebrity Big Brother, features celebrities locked inside a house for three months under constant camera surveillance, without any gadgets or luxury. This year on one hand we will see 'common man', and on the other hand, the heady 'celebrity' brigade living under the same roof.
Most of the contestants who had entered the house before have said that they wouldn't enter the house ever again, but Gaurav says its the experience that matters the most.
"I guess it's the experience that matters the most. If you have a great time then you wouldn't say that. You need to have some mental gymming session. I have mixed emotions getting into the Bigg Boss house I don't know what's going to happen and I am going with the flow," he said.
Bigg Boss 10, hosted by superstar Salman Khan, airs on Colors channel.
Talking about Salman, Gaurav said: "In my limited interactions with him I have noticed he is a very nice guy. He is a wonderful human being."
Other contestants include VJ Bani, Karan Mehra, Rohan Mehra, Lopamudra Raut, Rahul Dev and Monalisa.
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