'Bigg Boss 7' a perfect place for Tannisha: Kajol

Tannisha-kajolThere were reports that Tannisha's sister Kajol and brother-in-law Ajay Devgn were against her decision. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)

Bollywood actress-turned-producer Tannisha Mukherji made a grand entry in 'Bigg Boss 7' on September 15.

Though Tannisha arrived alone for the show, which had a grand opening on Sunday night, her mother and veteran actress Tanuja and sister Kajol spoke about Tannisha's positive points.

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There were reports that Tannisha's mother Tanuja, sister Kajol and brother-in-law Ajay Devgn were against her decision to join the much talked about show.

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But keeping aside the disagreements, protective mom Tanuja said she is worried how her younger daughter will manage on her own in the Bigg Boss house.

Elder sister and actress Kajol described her baby sister as 'more devilish than angelic'. In context to the theme of 'Bigg Boss 7', Kajol said that though Tannisha looks angel like but is more of a devil.

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Kajol also said that Tannisha is a good manager and likes to have control over things, therefore she feels that 'Bigg Boss' will be the 'perfect' place for her as people may need training.

Tanuja said that Tannisha is a homely girl, who does her own work, however she is very moody.

Before entering the house Tannisha said that she is entering the house looking for a new challenge.

'Bigg Boss 7' host Salman Khan also revealed that Tannisha asked a host of questions related to hygiene before entering the house, which left the 'Neil 'n' Nikki' actress a little embarrassed.

Watch Tannisha's entry in 'Bigg Boss 7':

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