This Article is From Oct 17, 2016

'Bigg Boss Is Not Scripted,' Says Participant Karan Mehra

'Bigg Boss Is Not Scripted,' Says Participant Karan Mehra

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  • Karan Mehra is participating in the 10th season of the show
  • Earlier he also thought that the show was scripted
  • Bigg Boss season 10 premiered on Sunday
Mumbai: Television actor Karan Mehra, who became a household name after through television show Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, has entered the tenth season of reality show Bigg Boss and he's certain that the controversial game show is not scripted.

Before entering the show, Karan told IANS that earlier he too used to think that it's scripted. "We need to change our perceptions. And unless we are not a part of something, how can we comment on it? Today being a part of it, I can say Bigg Boss is not scripted and I can vouch for it," he said.

"They told me do whatever you have to because once you are into the house it's just you. It's that real. There are lots of misconceptions about Bigg Boss and my perception changed when I met them (makers)," he added.

Bigg Boss season 10 premiered on Sunday night. Talking about the experience he is going in for, Karan said: "It's freaky to be locked up and to be in front of the camera 24x7. It's like somebody is constantly watching you. There is a lot of pressure on how you talk, how you portray (yourself), what are you doing. So it is a lot of pressure and it's very different."

"Here it is all about the circumstances that you are put through in the house," he added.

For Karan, Bigg Boss, hosted by superstar Salman Khan, is all about revealing the real side of the celebrities.

"You all will get to see the real Karan Mehra through this show. I have never really followed the previous seasons apart from Season 8. Most of the time I am aloof of what happens in the house, but I am looking forward to have a great time in the house," he said.

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