Bigg Boss 7: Kamya Punjabi curious to experience life when not connected to world

Kamya-punjabi'I really want to see if I can stay without my cell phone or not,' Kamya Punjabi said.

TV star Kamya Punjabi chose to be a part of reality show 'Big Boss 7' to experience the curiosity that unfolds when one loses connectivity.

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The 34-year-old actress, who is popular for her negative roles in 'Reth', 'Astitva... Ek Prem Kahani' and 'Banoo Mein Teri Dulhann' was approached for earlier seasons of 'Big Boss' too, but she turned down the offer as she was busy with her TV projects.

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"I was a little confused at first. I did not know whether I wanted to do 'Big Boss' or not. But I was curious to experience the phase of life when one is not connected to the world at all," Kamya told PTI in an interview before entering the show.

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"In today's time the entire world survives on cell phones, but there (in the 'Big Boss' house) we won't be having any phones. So I really want to see if I can stay without my cell phone or not. I don't want to be connected to the world for sometime," she added.

When asked if the audience would be seeing a negative side of hers on the show, the actress said she may reflect different elements of her nature.

"Apart from doing negative roles, I have done comedy too. Those characters were fictional, but here I am the real me. I am going to be myself. I am a lively person, I love to laugh and do pranks. So I am looking forward to have that fun.

"At the same time I am a very strong headed woman. I do not accept any nonsense and I am very emotional. As a person I have a mix of these characters in my nature. So I think people are going to see all sides of me. I myself want to see which part becomes more dominant on the show," she added.

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