'I will be very happy if he has moved on. I will not deny that there was a time when we used to hang out all the time. But from the last couple of years we have just been friends, not best friends but friends,' Candy told IANS on the phone from Mumbai.
Former contestant Viveik Mishra had mentioned Candy's name over a heated argument with Kushal. The model-turned-businesswoman was disturbed about how her name was mentioned on the show by “someone who she has never met”.
'One man suddenly quoted my name and he is someone who I don't remember meeting at all,' she said. The invitation to enter the “Bigg Boss” house came as a surprise to Candy, who is currently looking after the business and marketing of entertainment company Showman entertainment.
'I didn't even know till last night if I will be going in or not. I came from the glamour world and the fascination of seeing myself on television is not there any more,' she said. Candy has no specific strategy and will go with the flow.
'I have just watched two episodes of the show. I have decided to just go with the flow,' she said. Candy will be joining the other remaining contestants which include Sangram Singh, Elli Avram, VJ Andy, Kamya Punjabi, Armaan Kohli, Tanisha Mukherjee, Pratyusha Banerjee and Apoorva Agnihotri.