Sangeeta Ghosh does not beleive in Battle of Sexes..

If Masakali Additi Gupta is a hard core feminist, Zara Nachke Dikha co-contestant Sangeeta Ghosh is not. “Come on, I don’t think that by defeating the guys on the dance floor, we will make any statement. The time for gender war is long gone. I also really don’t want to get in the Boys V/S Girls thingy, for I don’t want to be thrown out of my house by my dad and brother (smiles)”.She further added, “It would be wrong to assume that we will conspire and back bitch against the guys, as we know them personally and even hang out with them. I would like to win, but fair and square”, says this cute bong chic, who first came into prominence as Pammi in Des Mein Nikla Hoga Chand.

This is Sangeeta’s first reality show as a contestant. “I have anchored Nach Baliye before, but participating is a different ball game altogether. This is a good learning curve for me”, states the actor.

Although Sangeeta is no big fan of audience voting, she says, “I have seen some really good and not so good players being ejected due to audience likes and dislikes, but I guess this is a part and parcel of the reality genre so why make a big fuss about it?”

This above element will apparently enter ZND at a later stage, informs our source. When reminded about the clause which allows the teams to vote out the strongest contestant of the rival squad, Sangeeta fired back, “You need a certain hook to bring in the audience and plus you can save your trump card as well.”

On her return to TV, Sangeeta said “I had never quit in the first place, Bhanvraa just happened. Sadly the above film project got stuck due to recession, but we all hope that it finally sees the light of day.”

In closing, she also refused to speculate about what next. “You never know, I might take up something interesting or just sleep to make up for the next two months, wherein I will not be able to relax due to back breaking rehearsals and shootings”.

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