The show went on air from September 15 and Hazel, seen in "Bodyguard" in a sizable role, was evicted on the seventh day, Saturday.
She said that just after spending about six days in the house, "I can't exactly say who is what."
"I like Kamya (Punjabi)...she is forward and can say what she feels. Pratyusha likes to create problems. She is a negative character, but has a big fan following," said Hazel.
The 'Bigg Boss' house is divided into two parts - hell and heaven. Hazel was sent to hell, but she said it wasn't as bad as it seemed.
"It was a nice experience. Jahannam (hell) wasn't as bad as it seems. We were grateful to have water and a bed. The first few days were good, everyone got on well. I am so happy to have experienced this," she said.
Asked who she thinks will win the title, the 26-year-old said: "I don't know what people like to see...bitchy people or nice ones. It depends on what people enjoy watching."
But regardless of the fact that she is out of the house now, Hazel has all the plans to follow it as a viewer.
"I will be following it. I have no idea what the audience have seen so far. I will watch it everyday. I am sad that I am no longer in the house, but I am also glad as I am not keeping too well," she said.
Hazel is set to start work on her next movie, in which she plays the lead role.
"I have a movie, which I am yet to start. It's called 'Bold Bollywood'. I am sure they will be happy that I am out of 'Bigg Boss'," she said.
The other participants who are still contesting for the prize money in the house are Pratyusha, Kamya Punjabi, Kushal Tandon, Gauhar Khan, Apurva Agnihotri and his wife Shilpa, Tanisha Mukherjee, Ratan Rajput, Rajat Rawail, Armaan Kohli, VJ Andy, Anita Advani, Sangram Singh, and Eli Evram.