Bigg Boss 13: This is what Shefali Jariwala did before entering the house

Updated: 09 November, 2019 09:11 IST | IANS | Mumbai

Shefali Jariwala truly went the extra mile and came rather prepared before entering the Bigg Boss house

Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Shefali Jariwala
Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Shefali Jariwala

Actress-dancer Shefali Jariwala is one of the new contestants of Bigg Boss. She isn't a fan of cooking but she learned the basics when she decided to be a part of the show.

"At first, when I saw Shefali in the kitchen, I was pleasantly surprised to see how she is taking an active charge in learning a new skill for her Bigg Boss stay," said her husband and actor Parag Tyagi. "I saw the dedication of trying something new in her while she was cooking, but the finished dish was a disappointment," he quipped.

Shefali had shot to fame with the 2002 controversial song Kaanta laga. She entered the Bigg Boss house just a few days ago. "I think Shefali has worked hard for her stint in the house and her self-honed cooking abilities will definitely help her survive any situation," said Parag, who is constantly showing support to her on social media.

He wasn't too happy with Bigg Boss contestant Mahira Sharma's behaviour towards his wife. He tweeted: "Mahira Sharma you are super lucky that you got away from @shefalijariwala after using such foul language. U seem sick. Go to the temple and offer some sweets. One golden tip - never ever get on my wife's nerves. She is like a sleeping tigress. Don't poke her. She won’t roar, but directly rip apart."

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First Published: 09 November, 2019 09:00 IST

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