Television actor Karan Kundra, who made his acting debut in 2009 with Kitani Mohabbat Hai, says the distance between the small and big screen has reduced.
Asked if he has seen a change since 2009 in the small screen, Karan told IANS: “When I had come to the industry at that time there was a huge difference between the big and small screen. The way the actors were treated that has changed.”
Karan says he knows some TV actors and artistes, who have become bigger than some Bollywood stars.
“I have some TV artistes and actors (friends), who are bigger than some of the actors… So I feel the distance between the big and small screen has reduced,” he added.
Karan, 32, is currently hosting the second season of MTV Love School with his girlfriend actress-VJ Anusha Dandekar. See some recent pics of Karan and VJ Anusha:
“The thought behind ‘MTV Love School’ is what struck me the most and I was on board instantly. What better than helping couples reignite their love with a little advice? I am extremely excited to be hosting the show with Anusha and both of us turning into love professors,” Karan said in a statement.
Meanwhile, TV personality Prince Narula and actor Karan are set to be back as judges on the upcoming season of the adventure reality show Roadies. The 14th season of the show, titled Roadies Rising, will see the duo as gang leaders, along with TV host Rannvijay Singh, actress Neha Dhupia and cricketer Harbhajan Singh.
Rannvijay, who has been part of the show since season one, says the upcoming instalment of the series will take the adventure quotient higher.
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