The 'Bigg Boss 4' fame actress Sara Khan has expressed her 'fear of missing out' (FOMO) about not being a part of this season, sharing how it was hard for her to believe that there is a phone inside the house this year.
'Bigg Boss 17' has been a fiery and entertaining ride so far, with plenty of controversies and drama that have kept viewers across the world hooked. This year’s theme which sees contestants being divided into three sections - 'Dil, Dimaag, and Dum' - each with their own separate rooms, has generated a lot of excitement already.
The makers have also introduced several novelties, including ‘Bigg Boss’ taking sides and favoring certain contestants from time-to-time. In addition to this, the introduction of the Archive Room has allowed contestants to view important footage and key conversations, adding a new layer of excitement to the show.
But, the most exciting change this season is the inclusion of a special phone inside the house with the Glance smart lock screen being present in the 'Dimaag' room. The special messages and information being fed to contestants has already created a stir, and going forward, it has given them an opportunity for potentially shifting the dynamics of the game.
Talking about the same, Sara said: "Being a part of 'Bigg Boss' will forever hold a special place in my heart. My journey on the show was a great mix of unforgettable moments and valuable lessons. Whether it was building friendships, having fun, or even engaging in trivial arguments, I cherished every bit of it."
"However, my fondest memory remains the joy I felt while preparing delicious meals for my friends inside the house. Today, I can't help but feel a strong sense of FOMO about not being a part of the show this year," she said.
The 'Sasural Simar Ka' fame actress further said: "At first it was hard to believe that there would be a phone inside the house. It was indeed shocking to know that the contestants will be allowed to have access to crucial information that can change the entire gameplay."
"It's quite a departure from my season, where we could only receive votes through SMS. 'Bigg Boss' has certainly become smart. It will be exciting to see how this will influence the contestants' strategies within the house as they use their Dil, Dimaag and Dum to make the most of it," she added.
While the excitement continues to build for the next episode of the show, fans are in for a treat as the contestants have switched rooms. The Dimaag room has welcomed Mannara Chopra and Munawar Faruqui, while Abhishek Kumar has moved into the Dil room.
The show airs on Colors, and JioCinema.