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Bollywood is not for Bhajji

Cricketer Harbhajan Singh, 31, who is getting ready for a second round on television as the goodwill ambassador for wrestling show Ring Ka King on Colors, says that he is happy doing TV and does not have Bollywood dreams.

tv Updated: Jan 23, 2012 12:10 IST
Navdeep Kaur Marwah

Cricketer Harbhajan Singh, 31, who is getting ready for a second round on television as the goodwill ambassador for wrestling show Ring Ka King on Colors, says that he is happy doing TV and does not have Bollywood dreams.

“I am happy playing cricket. Anyway, Bollywood is not my cup of tea. There are many actors who are doing a great job,” says the spinner, who had won the reality show, Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena, in 2008.

Bhajji, as he is fondly called, has been out of action due to a shin bone injury but has been in news for his rumoured engagement to actor Geeta Basra. He, however, dismisses the reports. “Don’t believe what you read about my personal life. A lot of times, I get to know about what’s happening in my personal life through the media,” he laughs.

“Time will tell when I get married but I can assure you that I will announce it... till then, don’t believe in rumours.” Meanwhile, the cricketer plans to buy a house in the Capital. “My nanke (maternal family) is from Delhi. I think it is one of the best places to live in ... it’s beautiful. I have land in Gurgaon but I want to buy a big house in Delhi. However, I will not leave Punjab,” he says.