Pooja Bedi, the latest to be evicted from the "Big Boss 5" house, says there is a lot of fun and happiness within than what is seen on TV. She says the house has just 20 percent aggression
"I want to tell the audience what has been shown on television is completely different from the inside atmosphere. There is a lot of happiness and fun inside the house, and the aggression is just 20 percent," Pooja told IANS after coming out of the house Saturday.
"We used to laugh like mad people and there was no end to funny jokes. But, off late things had become critical and it was hard to survive in such situations," she added.
She is known for her Marilyn Monroe skirt act in "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander", participated in many reality shows before including dance reality shows "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 1" , "Nach Baliye 3", "Fear Factor - Khatron Ke Khiladi 1" and "Maa Exchange".
The 41-year-old feels happy to leave the show at the right time adding: "I am the happiest person in this world after leaving this house because I know a lot of aggression and negative atmosphere had started building up and it was the right time to leave the house."
According to Pooja, her best friends inside the house were Juhi Parmar and Akashdeep Saigal aka Sky, and claims Mehek Chahal and Amar Upadhya are the ones who used to pick up fights.
"Mehek and Amar bring along a lot of negativity inside the house while Juhi and Sky are my sweethearts. They both have very good heart, even though, they seem very aggressive and dominating people. But, they are exactly opposite and I wish them all the best and may they win the show," said Pooja.
Meanwhile, Pooja had also become a huge fan of the latest entrant of the show, porn star Sunny Leone, and says she is sweetest of them all.
"She is sweet, bubbly and very polite. Her career should never be considered as an option to judge people and if she is doing great in the house, people will definitely vote for her," she said.
After coming out of the house, Pooja wants to spent quality time with her two children - Aalia and Omar.
"I was so desperate to meet my kids and now I am with them, I don't want any third person between us. I want to spend quality time with them," said Pooja who is also looking forward to participate in many such reality shows in future.
" 'Big Boss 5' was an exciting experience for me and I am definitely looking forward to participate in many such reality shows that can bring out my hidden strength and ability to deal with tough situations," she added.