I thought I had no chance at winning Bigg Boss: Urvashi

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Television actress Urvashi Dholakia, who has won the sixth season of reality show 'Bigg Boss', said she had no hopes of winning the title as there were other strong contenders.

The 33-year-old mother of two, who was declared the winner at the end of the three-month show on Colors last night, said co-contestants Imam Siddique and Delnaaz Irani had good chances of winning.

"I felt Imam would win the show considering the tagline of the show is 'alag che'. I did not think I would win. I thought I had no chance of winning," Urvashi told PTI in an interview.

"I was also shocked when Delnaaz was out. I felt she was a strong contender and that she could win," she added.

Even though Imam was known to be picking up fights with everyone, "Imam is a winner as it is a big thing for a wild card entry to reach the finale... He is a perfect entertainer for the audience," she said.

Urvashi, who won Rs 50 lakh in cash and a trophy, became the third TV actress in a row to have won the controversial reality show.

Throughout her stint in Bigg Boss, Urvashi remained just herself - being straight forward.

"I was just being myself on the show. I was honest and truthful on the show. I never took sides and gave my straight forward opinion," she said.

Urvashi, known by her role as on-screen vamp 'Komalika', feels her journey on the reality show was a roller coaster ride.

"It has been a very nice experience. I learnt lot of things. Its been a roller coaster ride... there have been ups and downs. I have made new relations here like with Sana, Niketan, Mink, Navjot Singh Sidhu," Urvashi said.

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