Bigg Boss may have worked as a carrer move for some Indian TV artistes but performing artist Jennifer Winget says it is not her cup of tea.
Bigg Boss is accompanying its tenth season soon on TV from October 16, when inquired as to whether given a shot might she ever want to go into the house, Jennifer told to a news agency, "No. Never. I won't do that ever. I believe it's not my cup of tea."
Jennifer, 31, is at present anticipating the broadcast of her new show Beyhadh from October 11.
"I have never been so energized in my life since it's such an alternate appear and I'm playing a character like this interestingly. I trust this show additionally adds another plume to my top," said Jennifer.
Jennifer might be prominent among her fans for her sweet and unobtrusive parts on TV, however the on-screen character now might want to attempt her hands at performing activity.
"I might now want to wander enthusiastically. I have not done activity in this way. I might truly want to try it out," she said.
The performing artist, known for hit fiction dramatizations on the little screen including Dill Mill Gayye, Saraswatichandra and Kasautii Zindagii Kay, notwithstanding, does not observe every day cleansers.
"I don't observe day by day cleanser. I've never observed my shows also aside from the scenes in which I truly need to enhance something or right something. I like watching comic drama appears. I just watch satire or activity," she said.