Actor Ravi Kissan, who became a household name after his stint with Bigg Boss in the first season, found it tough to watch the show this time around. “I coudn’t follow this season. The inmates were not at all entertaining and watching the show for me was a really stressful experience. These people gave their audiences a persistent headache. They kept talking about the same thing everyday, it was really predictable. How could one watch it?”, said Ravi while on a recent visit to the Capital on Thursday.
Kissan also spoke about his own experience as an inmate. “Bigg Boss changed me as a family person. I was a big flirt, but I changed after the show. Also, it gave me space in people’s hearts and made me a household name,” he said.
Talking about his upcoming film Chaalis Chaurasi, in which he co-stars with actors Naseeruddin Shah, Kay Kay Menon and Atul Kulkarni, the 40-year-old actor said, “I play the character of a cop called Shakti Chinappa who is a crook, womaniser, casanova and he also deals with drugs. We have even danced in the film.”
He further revealed that his upcoming projects include Agent Vinod, Zilla Ghaziabad and the sequel to Tanu Weds Manu.