Many instances in Bigg Boss 5 showed that everything that happens in Bigg Boss is real and not scripted. Sara Khan, a past contestant reaffirms the fact. No,” Sara insists, adding, “Nothing is scripted. I can vouch for that. It’s people inside who make it seem like that.”
Though Sara Khan is busy these days shooting for serials, the memory of Bigg Boss wont leave her. She makes it a point to catch the happenings of Bigg Boss on television. She however does not approve of Swami Agnivesh’s views and says that she would like to laugh on them. . “I am a blunt person. Please give us a break. If Swami Agnivesh really wants to preach such stuff, he should do it outside the house. Do you think the contestants are there in the house to listen and conduct themselves according to him? We might be watching an idiot box but we are no idiots to believe all this. I just feel like laughing when I listen to all this that this Swami is saying. And why should he be allowed to stay in a separate room? Isn’t everyone supposed to be equal inside the House?”
Sara Khan, these days, is working in a TV serial ‘Ram Milaye Jodi’ and has also done an item number for Reshmi Mitra’s Bengali film titled “Macho Mustafa”.
Sara claims that she is in touch with Ashmit Patel. “Ashmit is like my brother. We try and catch up once in a month.” Does she know about Veena Malik shooting a swayamvar show? “I am not in touch with her. But I have nothing bad against her.” And Ali Merchant, with whom she had got married on “BB” house and subsequently separated from? “No, I am not in touch with him. The whole world knows about it and I don’t entertain any questions on him,” she concludes.