"Sankat Mochan Mahabali Hanuman" actor Arun Mandola was approached to participate in "Bigg Boss", but he wasn't too keen on taking it up. He says whenever he watches the controversial reality show, he feels "very negative".
"One does a reality show to gain popularity. It is stressful because you have to survive and if you don't survive you might lose the chance to become popular," he said.
He shared that he was approached to do "Bigg Boss".
"I don't see myself doing it. Whenever I watch 'Bigg Boss', I feel very negative because I don't like to see fights every time. According to me, an actor does these type of shows because he or she gets good publicity. People often react very violently in shows such as 'Bigg Boss' in order to survive," he said.
"There is a possibility of not having control on your anger in reality shows because in a reality show, every contestant has his or her own strategy. A few people want publicity at any cost, so they provoke others and at that time you cannot control your anger."
He was never interested in such reality shows.
"Every day you have to fight with people. I am generally cool and calm from the inside," he said, adding: "I would love to do 'Khatron ke Khiladi' as I love doing action sequences and stunts."