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My fav TV character: Rajev Paul of Bigg Boss 6

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My fav TV character: Rajev Paul of Bigg Boss 6

Hindi general entertainment channels have time and again experimented with reality-based format shows that add that extra bit to the routine fiction show programming line-up. Few shows have gone on to become some of the highest TRP garners, with the viewers connecting with the participants of these shows.

PM Balakrishna, COO, Allied Media shared that Rajev Paul of Bigg Boss seems very emotional and open about his feelings, which make him come across as a real person.

Bigg Boss 6 is the sixth and current season of the Indian reality TV show Bigg Boss, which is telecast on Colors. Bigg Boss is the Indian edition of Big Brother (TV series). The season premiered on October 7, 2012 and is currently on-air. It is hosted by Salman Khan. Paul is one of the contestants on the show.

exchange4media chats with PM Balakrishna to find out what he likes about Paul…

Who is your favourite character in the Hindi GE space?
My favourite character is Rajev Paul from Bigg Boss

What do you like about Paul?
He comes across as someone who has been through a lot in life and looks very vulnerable. He seems very emotional and open about his feelings, which makes him come across as a real person. He fits into the reality show and has proved his popularity by staying on the show till the finals, which is a huge task in itself.

How often do you tune in to Big Boss 6?
Almost daily, as we record it on our DTH and watch at leisure.

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