Talking to the DNA, Vida Samadzai gushes about India's warm culture. The model says that people, culture and celebrations in India keep her feeling at home. She describes India as a melting pot of different religions. “It is wonderful to see Eid, Diwali and Christmas being celebrated with equal gusto," the DNA quotes Vida as saying.
Vida Samadzai, who cannot speak fluent Hindi, has been taking lessons. She says that the 'language of love' is universal and she will use it to touch the hearts of people in the Bigg Boss house. “I will be able to make my own little family for the 100 days that I will be in the house," she tells the DNA.
However, Vida Samadzai was born and brought up in Kabul. But she was asked to leave the country after she appeared in a red bikini in the 2003 edition of the Miss Earth pageant. The model, who has strong thoughts about the upliftment of Afghan women, is very happy to get many offers in India.
Model Vida Samadzai, who has been locked up inside the Bigg Boss 5 house, is hoping that her stint on the reality TV show would give her much-needed recognition in India. The controversial Afghan beauty, who debuted in Bollywood with 2009 movie Runway: Love Among Gun Shots, dreams to reopen her career in B-Town.