'Salman is fair to all'

By Hindustan Times

NEW DELHI, Dec. 6 -- This Saturday saw the eviction of yet another girl from the TV show Bigg Boss 5 in the form of actor Shradha Sharma, whose claim to fame has been her relationship with actor Raja Choudhary.

Talking about her stay, the 27-year-old says, "Honestly, I was expecting that I would win the show. I got a lot of love and affection from the inmates, which made my stay memorable. There are no regrets what so ever. The show has made me a much more mature person."

She adds, "There are a lot of people in the house who are playing a dirty game, such as Sky. I was neutral and tried to stay away from controversies, as I don't believe in getting into fights." Interestingly, Sharma was quite demure and quiet at the beginning of the show, but as the show progressed, she was seen giving abuses, shouting and getting aggressive. "I behaved like that because of a few contestants who were always looking for reasons to irritate me, especially Pooja Bedi. I showed my displeasure when people crossed their limits," she says.

This season of Bigg Boss has been also controversial because of the reported allegations that anchor Salman Khan is favouring actor Mehak Chahal. As to her take on the issue, Sharma says, "Salman is fair. He's always told the participants about what's right and what's wrong. The idea that he is unfair is completely false."

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