03/09/2015 4:43 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST

WATCH: Here's Rakhi Sawant Discussing What She Sleeps In, Being A Goofball

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This photo taken on May 28, 2015 shows Indian politician, dancer, and Bollywood actress Rakhi Sawant posing as she shoots a music video for her song Party Punjabi Style in Mumbai. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

She's picked her own husband (she did not marry) from a line of suitors on a Bachelorette-style reality television show and even launched her own political party. Television's favourite goofball, Rakhi Sawant, is back, answering a volley of questions thrown at her with the same honesty with which she once said "if Salman Khan's is a virgin, so am I!"

Rakhi, who hosted a reality TV show a few years ago in which she meted out instant justice to sinners, tackled the questions with as much grace as that of a blunt meat cleaver.

Here are some samples.

How long did it take for you to get ready?

It took three hours for me to get ready today, because I couldn't find my matching jeans and had problems with my hair extensions. This is my own hair now, by the way.

What did you wear to bed last night?


What was your dream last night?

One night I dreamt that I had dinner with President Barack Obama... You know I dream about multiple prime ministers/presidents in one dream... So after dinner with Obama, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called me. He said to me in my dream, "I want to make you a cabinet minister." So I dreamt that Modi ji replaced Smriti Irani with me, and made me the Minister of Human Resource Development.

What is the first thing you notice about someone?

How much money they have in their bank! (laughs) No, of course I'm kidding... I don't judge anyone.

One word everyone should stop using:

F***. Why use that word? Use "God" instead.

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The actress, despite being known as a motormouth, has always been open about her many plastic surgeries and helped bring the discussion on the taboo subject to the mainstream. "Why not improve on what God forgot to give?" she once famously said.


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