The 28-year-old 'Superdude' host said she is eager to know about the Indian culture and meet superstar Salman Khan through the show.
"'Bigg Boss' is once-in-a-lifetime experience because through the show you tend to discover so many things about yourself, which you didn't know earlier. Moreover, it's a great opportunity for me to know about the Indian culture closely and meet Salman Khan," Sofia said.
London born Sofia, who will be entering the house tonight, is the new member to the caravan section of the show created recently after the merger of the house's two sections -- heaven and hell.
Actor Ajaz Khan and model Candice Brar are already a part of caravan section of the house. Sofia has no clue about the show as she has not watched a single episode of it. But she considers this to be her plus point because she has no pre-conceived notions about anybody. "I wish I had watched few episodes. I don't know who is good and who is playing games in the house. My actions on the show will be completely based on my judgement after being on it. It's a good thing that I have no pre-planned strategies," Sofia said.
The TV presenter also feels that her stint in the show will also enable her to recuperate from her split with investment banker boyfriend. "I recently broke-up with my boyfriend. I was about to go to Argentina for a holiday but I got the offer to be a part of the show. I think my stay in the show will help me to forget him," she added.