'Everyone in the house is very nice, but a little dull. I want to add some life, passion and colour to it by being a little entertaining and a little naughty too,' Mink told IANS before going inside the 'Bigg Boss' house. This is not the first she is participating in any reality shows. Previously she has been part of shows such as - 'Dancing Queen', 'Sarkaar Ki Duniya' and 'Zor Ka Jhatka'.
For Mink, 'Bigg Boss 6' is an acid test. 'This is a big test and a challenge. Right now everybody is really nice and at their best, but 'Bigg Boss' is a place where everybody comes out showing the world who they really are. I want to come out to be loved a lot more,' she said. 'I am not going inside the house with any preparations, because I really don't know what's going to happen. All the inmates are strangers and everything will depend upon the circumstances and the atmosphere of the house. I am just going to be myself in the show,' she added.
Asked what motivated her to take up the show, she said: 'I somehow knew the show is coming my way. Moreover, it is a family show, which is pretty good for me too.' The show started with 15 contestants, of which five have been evicted from the house. Currently Navjot Singh Sidhu, Sana Khan, Vrijesh Hirji, Sampat Pal, Urvashi Dholakia, Aashka Goradia, Sapna Bhavnani, Delnaz Irani, Rajev Paul, and Niketan Madhok are competing with each other to win the game.
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