Reality shows give one immense confidence, says Shaleen Malhotra
Shaleen Malhotra had participated in adventure reality show "Roadies" in 2006.
Mumbai: TV actor Shaleen Malhotra, who has been a video jockey too, says he is more keen to host a reality show rather than participate in one.
"I have hosted many on-ground auditions for shows like 'MTV Rockathon', 'Stunt Mania' and 'Roadies', and I was also an on-air VJ with MTV. I would rather host a reality show. If I want to be in one, then it would only be an adventure show," Shaleen told IANS.
The actor admits that reality shows give a boost to one's confidence.
"I think if you are talented, reality or no reality shows doesn't matter. But reality shows give you confidence," he added.
Shaleen had participated in adventure reality show "Roadies" in 2006.
"The exposure to the camera helped me. You also gain a lot of insights about your work," said the actor, who is currently seen in the show "Arjun".
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