Rupina Dilaik opens up about the dangers of doing stunts in ‘Khadron Ke Khiladi 12’.

Author: Yuvi July 1, 2022

Rupina Dilaik opens up about the dangers of doing stunts in 'Khadron Ke Khiladi 12'.


Popular TV actress Rupina Dilaik shares her experience of being a part of ‘Khadron Ke Khiladi 12’ and why she said yes to the show.

He says: “Initially, more than excitement, there was nervousness. I may sound silly but when I was going to do ‘Bigg Boss’, I didn’t watch the show, and also, didn’t follow the show. But I do. Stunt, slowly I understand its format. .”

Asked why she said ‘yes’, she replies: “I don’t have a daily soap running at the moment. So, I said yes. It’s definitely one of the biggest reality shows on Indian television, and being a part of it is definitely important and an honor for an artiste. “

Sharing about the most challenging stunt she performed on the show, Rubina adds: “One of the most challenging was doing the stunt in the freezing cold. The temperature here at night is 3 or 4 degrees Celsius and the snow is very difficult at that time to do some activity or stunt.”

Rubina, who was a part of ‘Bigg Boss’, also finds ‘Khadron Ke Khiladi’ very challenging.

As she says: “It’s very challenging. The challenge here is not how you balance, but it involves more physical strength and I’ve been injured badly in the last three or four stunts, so that adds more and more. The challenge I face.”

On how she prepared herself physically and emotionally, the ‘Chotti Bahu’ actress shares: “I believe there is nothing to prepare physically, because what physical strength we have been working on over the years has to be tested here. So there is nothing specific. . But yeah, I’ve been trying to keep myself as focused and balanced as I can emotionally and mentally.”

Author: Yuvi

My name is Yuvi, I work as Sub Editor at newscinema.in

1 July, 2022, 8:25 am

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