Ask her why she is going into "Bigg Boss" and like others she too replied saying she is taking it as a challenge.
“I thought this is one of the biggest challenges in my life that I can take and I am always up for challenges,” said Dimpy whose estranged husband had participated in the second season of "Bigg Boss".
Dimpy also calls herself an ardent fan of the reality show and feels “privileged to be a part of the show”. She says she "will enter the show with an optimistic attitude". “It is not cardinal that I have to be a negative character in the show. I can bring a positive change in the show. So I am optimistic about how all this will go and have faith in myself and god,” she said. However, Dimpy refrained from commenting about the contestants who are already inside. “I don't have any favourites and would form an opinion once I am inside the house,” she said. Dimpy also looks forward to induce a positive spark in the show, which has garnered eye balls for it's fights and violent methods adopted by the contestants till now.
“The audience can expect a lot of energy and fun in the show as I love to have fun,” she said. Dimpy tweaked a proverb “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” into “All work and no play makes 'Bigg Boss' a dull show” to support her entry.