The artist’s stint painted him more as a mediator and not a troublemaker.
Given his fame and status, Bigg Boss 10’s contestant Karan Mehra’s eviction may have come as a shockwave to fans. But, the actor utters that he had been expecting it. Opening up about the ejection, Karan says, “The creatives had been giving me clear clues saying ‘you are not doing anything.’ So, justly, I’m not surprised. I wanted to play on my state and I paid the worth for being myself. I would have never come to be into a fight nor would have gotten complicated in the drama, just to be in the rat race. For me, my self-respect was more important than staying put.”
The actor’s stint daubed him more as a peacemaker and not an agitator. “Playing the peacemaker absolutely went against me,” Karan admits. “I took a position each time the situation demanded. I supported Lopa (Raut) when she needed me. I was constantly protective about Rohan (Mehra) but I guess that was not sufficient.
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I could not let myself get into trivial arguments every now and then to hype up the channel’s rankings. So, I am glad that I am out, but at the similar time, I am also disappointed as the followers who voted for me wanted me to stay longer. Unhappily, in deciding a contestant’s fate, only 50 per cent weightage is given to the votes and the other 50 per cent is assumed to the content. I have no regrets and I’m going with my head held high.”
Ask him about his previous co-star, Hina Khan’s exit from Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, and Karan, who shared icy feelings with her, says, “I’m not amazed at all. I saw it coming long back. She not ever interfered in my work. I left the show in a dignified way. I don’t want to comment on her equality with others.”