"One can fake it for while. But when numerous cameras are watching you constantly, you are bound to show your true feelings. No, I don't think they're faking it," said Sharma, who visited the house last week.
This was Sharma's first appeared on the Colors' reality show, doing what he is famous for doing - grilling celebrities. He enjoyed the experience.
"One can't dispute the success of 'Bigg Boss'. It is watched by every section of the audience. I am not a regular watcher of the show. But when I was invited to do my 'Aap Ki Adaalat' on 'Bigg Boss', I did my research on the six contestants, as I do on all the celebrities that I question on 'Aap Ki Adaalat'," he said.
'Bigg Boss' finale is on Saturday and Tanisha Mukherjee, Gauhar Khan, VJ Andy, Ajaz Khan and Sangram Singh, who were grilled by Sharma along with Armaan Kohli, are vying for the big prize.
Sharma is impressed the work put in by the 'Bigg Boss' team. "There are 500 people working round the clock. These are people who know their jobs, and this is a show that knows its mind."
He wouldn't mind going back to the show if called again.