Sanjjanaa Galrani is the talk of the town. The Bigg Boss Kannada has become a windfall for the actress as she is getting never-before attention from public and media. The gorgeous lass spoke to Oneindia about her experience, Thilak and more....
Share your experience at Bigg Boss house.
It was a very different and unique experience. Something that I have never experienced it before. I was not used to the 'strict' atmosphere, yet I enjoyed every bit of it. My friends' list got just bigger with the inclusions of Anushree and Aparnaa akka. I also got to know about Narendra Swamji whom I consider as a father figure. And there was Nikita, who is a good friend of mine even before I entered the house.
There were others with whom you did not along...
Obviously, we cannot gel with each and every person. Every individual has his own likes and dislikes, and bonding with everyone is quite impossible.
You looked very uncomfortable staying in the house with Thilak.
I was fine with Thilak. He has been a good friend of mine. But his careless comment did not go well with me. I tolerated his cheap comments thrice but fourth time I could not digest. I really lost my patience at his stupid remark. I told him that I did anything and everything for a film. It is limited to films and nothing beyond that. He said, "Picture alli nim jothe yella ag hogide ri (We have done everything in the film)." Nobody will pass such comment to an artist and that too on a game show. He did not understand that I am a woman and to what extent such remarks will hurt me.
Woman's group called once I came out and enquired about the remark. They told me why I did not slap him when he made such comment. I did the movie very long ago. I have acted with some of the fine actors like Mohanlal, Mammootty, Suresh Gopi, etc. I have worked hard to reach till here and he should respect it. However, my reaction came when I was very angry and I feared that people would mistake me from those comments. Anyway, we can't undo the incidents that happened in the past. Continue reading the interview on the slideshow...
I Do Not Regret At All
Do you regret your casual approach towards the show as you were evicted in the second week?
I do not regret at all. Whatever happens, happens for the best. I was in the Bigg Boss house for two weeks and I thoroughly enjoyed it. May be my feelings would have changed if I stayed there for some more weeks. More or less, I was very relaxed. I don't know whether to consider I was fortunate or unfortunate to come out of the show in the second week. I call it both!
Vijay Has The Best Chance
In your opinion, who among the 11 contestants has the best chance to survive till the end?
I think Vijay Raghavendra has the best chance. He has a lot of patience, which is essential for survival inside the house.
I Thank Bigg Boss Platform
Do you think your two weeks stay in Bigg Boss will boost your career?
Firstly, I thank Bigg Boss platform for helping me to reach every house in Karnataka through the show. But I really do not know to what extent it will help my career. I always wanted to do different things and when the offer came up my way, I grabbed it without a second thought as it is a good project. And I am proud of being part of the show.
Ready For Wild Card Entry
Will you re-enter the house if you get a wild card entry?
Definitely yes. If given the opportunity, I am willing to go. I am a big fan of Sudeep and I cherish the association with him and the Bigg Boss.
My next release is Mahanadhi. I will be working soon with Darshan in multi-starrer Agraja and with Aditya in Rebel. There are also a few Telugu films in my kitty.