Gauahar happy to be with Kushal in 'Khatron ke Khiladi'
New Delhi: Gauahar Khan, whose relationship with television actor Kushal Tandon helped grab many eyeballs on their recent show 'Bigg Boss 7', is happy to share the screen with him again in 'Khatron Ke Khiladi 5'.
The two will be competing with each other and Gauahar is excited to spend time with her boyfriend.
"I am very nervous and excited at the same time. We will be shooting in South Africa and I will get to spend more time with Kushal," Gauahar told us on the phone from Mumbai.
The two were seen cozying up together in the 'Bigg Boss' house and the actress said that they have managed to remain close, once out of the show as well.
"Our relationship is exactly how it was on camera. We were very real in the 'Bigg Boss' house. We are happy being together," she said.
Gauahar, who has never shied away from the prying eyes of the camera, be it in her reality show 'The Khan Sisters' or 'Bigg Boss', says that she is completely comfortable in her skin and is sure that people will like her.
"I am completely comfortable with who I am. I don't fear the possibility of being judged. This is why I am so comfortable (being who I am)," she said.
However, Gauahar does admit to having "a lot of fears", which she is looking to overcome in 'Khatron Ke Khiladi'.
"I have a lot of fears. I don't want to reveal them as of now because then I will be made to do them on the show. I will be challenging myself in this show. I am sure I will be screaming and shouting before everything," she said.
The action-adventure show will air in March-April on Colors.
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