Being first is not always a sign of excellence, says television
actor Harshad Arora, who has turned out to be
the first contestant to be eliminated from Fear Factor:
Khatron Ke Khiladi 6.
Though disappointed, Harshad says it was only to be expected. "I
was being sent first for every task. And everyone knows the
contestant who goes first is at a disadvantage. So you see, being
first is not always a sign of excellence," he quipped.
"It wasn't planned that way. But every time I'd end up going
first. So here I am, out of the show. But no regrets. I had great
fun. All the 14 contestants were really good with the stunts. So
the competition was worth it. I made some good friends. And Rohit
Shetty was a terrific host. Also, I visited South Africa for the
first time," he said of his experience on the Colors' show.
Now Harshad says he's all set to start work on a new fictional
soap after the termination of Beintehaa.
"All I can say at this moment is, it's a completely different
character and plot from Beintehaa. It will start in
March," he said.
Looks like it won't be long for Harshad's fans to watch him back
on their screens.