Bigg Boss 5: Pooja out, Dolly in!
By Hindustan Times
NEW DELHI, Nov. 27 -- The most controversial contestant of Bigg Boss 5, TV anchor Pooja Misrra was thrown out of the reality show on Saturday morning. The reason: she got into a violent argument with fellow contestant, Sid or VJ Sidharth Bhardwaj, after which the rest of the contestants demanded her out.
And, hold your breath, the original firebrand, Dolly Bindra is set to make her way in as Misrra steps out. Sources say Misrra, who got into a heated scuffle with Sid, had been warned many times for indiscipline and aggressive behaviour before she was finally given the marching orders.
Former contestants of this season of the show have expressed relief. Afghan beauty Vida Samadzai, who got evicted last week, says, "It is great. I am very happy that Pooja is out of the house. It was about time this happened. She is a mean person and a big drama queen." Samadzai however adds, "I hope she learns a lesson from this and becomes a better human being."
Singer Raageshwari Loomba, who left the house last month, says, "Though I don't follow the show anymore, I know there have been negative attacks on her. Her behaviour in the house may be because of the unnatural setting of the show that drives a person to the edge. I only hope this helps her positively."
Dolly Bindra, however remains tightlipped about her second coming into the house. A source says, "Dolly is going to enter the house as a guest. The date of her entry and duration of stay are still being worked upon. The channel decided to call her on huge audience demand that she could add drama to the house like no one else." "I can't say anything on this," Dolly maintains.
Viewers and former participants think it's a good idea to have her back, and that the fight will be tougher. "It'll be good to have Dolly back ... no one can beat her at tamasha!" says Neelam Varma, 19. "It'll be interesting to see how Dolly deals with the already loud inmates of this season," says last year's inmate, actor Samir Soni. Actor Sara Khan, who was with her in last year's edition of the show, says, "I wish Dolly all the best. But, my wishes are more with the contestants in the house!"