Ever since speculations started doing rounds about Karanvir Bohra entering Bigg Boss 12 as a contestant, my reaction has been 'Oh no no no no'. He is one actor I do not want to see on Salman Khan's reality show. And no, I am not being nasty. I truly love KVB as a person and Bigg Boss is a show that tends to bring out the worst in you at one point or another. KVB is a completely positive person and I really don't want to see him bullying or getting bullied. Not to mention, KVB is going to miss his daughters terribly and they are going to miss him twice as much.
We have seen a couple of videos of Bella's reaction on meeting Karanvir after a couple of days and it's so heartbreaking that it melts your heart. Also, fans love their daily dose of Instagram updates on the kids and KVB's life. Another reason is that I adore him and have been a fan girl ever since Shararat happened. After watching him in all these shows and knowing for a fact what an amazing human being he is, I really don't feel Bigg Boss is the right platform for him.
Here are 5 reasons why KVB should NOT be on Salman's show as a contestant.
I love him
Having covered Bigg Boss for two seasons, I strongly feel that KVB is too nice to be a part of the show that can bring out the nasty side of you. KVB has such positive vibes, I don't want anything disturb those vibes.
One of the reasons I love KVB is because of his babies, too. If fans can miss these two on social media, we can't even imagine how KVB will survive for four months without seeing them.
No controversial past
Unlike the other contestants, KVB has not had a controversial past. He is one of those actors who is remembered more for his television shows and his adorable munchkin kids more than anything else.
The extreme tasks of BB
We have seen tasks turning from nasty to disgusting in the Bigg Boss house. I would (and some more fans) would probably not want to see Karanvir being a part of it.
We'd rather watch him on a fiction-based show
I loved him when he was romancing Shruti Seth onscreen in Shararat and even in Naagin 2 when he played Mouni Roy's husband. Since there is no scope of watching him romance anyone inside the house, we'd prefer watching him on a daily soap. Do you agree with me? Tell us in the comments below and stay tuned with us for more.