Mumbai: Model-actress Mink Brar, who will enter the 'Bigg Boss' house as this season's first wild card contestant, feels her decision to participate in the show is a risk. Brar is known for supporting roles in films like 'Hum Aapke Dil Me Rehte Hain', 'Raaz' and 'Ajnabee' and she says the show can either break or make her career.
"I am not here for getting a new platform because 'Bigg Boss' is a show which can make somebody popular or destroy their image. I would not like to come out as an aggressive or a crazy person," Brar told PTI.
The actress feels that being a wild card entry has its positive and negative effects. "I have been watching the show and know about every contestant. I have the advantage but I know nobody will be happy seeing me in the house because they will have pre-conceived notions about me," Brar added.
Mink Brar is known for supporting roles in films like 'Hum Aapke Dil Me Rehte Hain', 'Raaz' and 'Ajnabee'.
Asked about why she chose the sixth season to participate in the show, she said, "Unlike previous seasons, this time the show is more family-oriented and calm. People are more sensible now."
Besides reality show, Brar is busy producing her next untitled project under the banner of her home production Bro & Sis Productions.
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