Only game for youth-oriented shows: Sangram Singh
"I will do only those shows with which I can give something worthy to the youth, they can take inspiration from, instead of sitting idle with people rebuking and abusing me on either side. I think I am not suitable for 'Bigg Boss'," said Sangram.
Sangram, who is dating Bollywood actress Payal Rohatgi, has earlier participated in non-fiction shows like 'Survivor India' and 'Bigg Toss'.
Though he knows 'Bigg Boss' is a big show with a wide viewership, he feels only select people should go for it.
"I feel only two kinds of people should go to the 'Bigg Boss' - either the one who has achieved everything or the one who has achieved nothing. I feel the show is big, but I am too small to participate in it," he added.
Sangram made India proud by winning the gold medal in the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
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