Scoffing at reports that she is entering the reality show to confront Kushal, Candy said: "I've known Kushal from the time I was a Gladrags model. We've been friends for quite some time. I know the family very well. I don't know how we are going to behave with one another inside 'Bigg Boss'."
"Kushal is an extremist. He's very unpredictable. So, I don't know how he's going to react to me. I am just going to play it cool...I certainly don't want to do anything weird to get attention in Bigg Boss," she said before entering the reality show.
Candy and Ajaj Khan, who featured in "Rakhta Charitra" and "Allah Ke Bande", were seen entering the house on Saturday's episode and for the time being they will stay in caravan in the house.
"It was all so hush-hush and sudden. I had no time to get ready," she said.
"And I've a regular 10-5 job for production company Showman (which produced 'Zilla Ghaziabad') and my boss was not ready to let me go. Until the last minute I was not sure if I'd be able to get into the 'Bigg Boss' house.
"Finally, my boss was kind enough to let me get into the 'Bigg Boss'. In fact, I was still at work until late in the night on Friday before going into the 'Bigg Boss' house the next morning," she added.
Candy is unsure how long she would be in "Bigg Boss" house.
"Until I stay inside, all work outside comes to a standstill here. And I am going to remain calm and controlled," she said.
--IANS (Posted on 27-10-2013)