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Arjun Bijlani game for all reality TV shows but ‘Bigg Boss’

Arjun Bijlani said: "It has been a conscious decision to not be a part of reality shows. I guess it is time now that I do some reality show because the quality has gone up."

By: IANS | New Delhi |
November 10, 2015 1:38:49 pm
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Actor Arjun Bijlani says after deliberately staying away from reality TV shows for a long time, he’s now keen to explore the genre, but getting locked inside “Bigg Boss” house is a big no for him.

“It has been a conscious decision to not be a part of reality shows. I guess it is time now that I do some reality show because the quality has gone up,” Arjun told IANS over phone from Mumbai.

He added that once the show goes through multiple season, it’s always better than the first one in terms of “quality and concept”.

Arjun, who came into notice with “Left Right Left” followed by “Miley Jab Hum Tum”, says he would love to shake a leg on “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa” or test his limits on stunt-based show “Khatron Ke Khiladi”.

“Something like ‘Jhalak…’, where you get to learn so much and meet new people or ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’. Basically anything interesting. But definitely no ‘Bigg Boss’,” the actor said.

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As of now, Arjun is a part of a whimsical world of mythical shape-shifting serpent creatures on the small screen through “Naagin”. The Colors show narrates a love story with emotions like hate and revenge making the finite series more thrilling.

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