Rannvijay Singh on kids reality shows: Parents should take ownership


The actor says since the show has been running for a long time now, it becomes important for the team to come
Rannvijay is currently gearing up for the new season of MTV reality show “Splitsvilla X” where he plays an advisor to female contestants, while actress Sunny Leone will be the mentor to boys. People who work on these shows put their heart and soul in it, they work for hours and make a living. “I don’t think kids should be put through such a rigorous thing but I don’t even know if the reality shows we are talking about making them go through this. We have brain storming sessions every day of the shoot becausewe don’t even want the contestants to guess something. The actor says the best way to ease children’s stress is to increase the number of shooting days of shows so that there is less pressure per day on them. Parents should be the first to make a point out of that,” he says. “If we don’t do it differently, people will catch it. 2017-07-15T18:01:43+00:00″>
Published:July 15, 2017 6:01 pm

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