Video Jockey (VJ) Andy, who will be seen in the seventh season of controversial reality show, Bigg Boss, says he will try his best to be himself on show.
"I am kind of a crazy personality already. I will not try and be anything which I am not. The audience is intelligent, they can see what is fake and what is not. I want to be genuine on the show," he told IANS. Andy also says that he loves meeting strangers and making new friends.
"I love meeting strangers. I love talking to new people and making friends," he said. The 33-year-old has hosted a dating reality show, Dare2Date, before this and said that being the subject of so many cameras at the Bigg Boss house will be a different experience.
"This will be a different side of the camera for me as I have been a host and now I am a contestant. A lot of people, fans, well wishers and all, were asking me why I was not doing Bigg Boss. But I had never even thought about coming on the show," he said.
Andy also added that he will try to live in the moment on the show. "Living in the moment is important. I don't strategize. As long as I can be happy with every day, that should be good enough. I don't like a lot of arguing and havoc. I do have a dangerous temper myself. My temperature explodes but after 10 minutes, I am fine. I hope that behaviour will be well received," he said.
Other contestants who have joined Andy in the house Sunday, include Pratyusha Banerjee, Kushal Tandon, Gauhar Khan, Apoorva Agnihotri and wife Shilpa Agnihotri, Tanishaa Mukerji , Ratan Rajput, Kamya Punjabi, Rajat Ravail, Hazel Keech, Armaan Kohli, Anita Advani, Sangram Singh and Eli Evram.