Gurdeep shot into limelight as Dr Juhi in the popular show "Sanjeevani", which was based on the life of medical interns. She was seen as a cop in Akshay Kumar-starrer 2012 blockbuster "Rowdy Rathore".
    
"I can't talk about it or reveal anything," Gurdeep said, without confirming or denying her presence in the seventh season of the reality show, being hosted by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan.
    
Another talked about name is that of Pratyusha, who had stepped into the shoes of popular child star Avika Gor as the grown-up Anandi in "Balika Vadhu".
    
Kushal, better known as Virat of 'Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai', too was not willing to confirm participation in the show.
    
"There are so many people who are approached for 'Bigg Boss'. Even I have been approached, but I can't talk about it as nothing is confirmed yet," Kushal said.
    
Salman will be seen in a new avatar - a double role where he will become the angel and devil - in 'Bigg Boss'-7.     

The big prize money show on Colors' channel is likely to go on air next month. It features celebrity contestants closeted in a house for three months with no access to the outside world.

(Agencies)

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