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Rohit Shetty's fun unlimited on the sets of Khatron Ke Khiladi
Bollywood filmmaker Rohit Shetty is seen these days having all the fun under the sun. Yes, this action filmmaker is having a merry time shooting for the stunt-based reality TV show Khatron Ke Khiladi. He recently said in an interview that he is keen on exploring the fiction zone on the small screen.

He feels that if there is an interesting script he would not mind to direct a fiction on TV. Shetty, who is quite popular with his films based on hard core action sequences told IANS on phone from Mumbai, "It should be something interesting, and it should interest me...Then I will do it definitely. But at the moment, I don't see that happening."

Shetty plays the host for the most popular reality show based on live action which is aired on Colors channel. Shetty is the host for the eighth season; the seventh season was hosted by Arjun Kapoor. Shetty had also hosted the fifth and sixth seasons.

He spoke about his journey in the show and his experience. He said, "I have been a fan of Fear Factor before I started hosting it...I enjoy shooting for it and planning it."

He would be seen in his upcoming comedy action movie Golmaal Again. Golmaal Again is the fourth in the Golamaal series of movies. Golmaal movies bear the Shetty trade mark. Shetty's success story started with this 2006 comedy flick Golmaal: Fun Unlimited starring Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor and Sharman Joshi.  Shetty also directed Singham with Ajay Devgn.

Khatron Ke Khiladi Season 8 has climbed all the charts on small screen and has the highest TRPs; the tag line 'Pain in Spain' is very popular. The series is shot in Spain and is full of excitement and fun. The director says, "It was our first time of shooting in Spain... It was tedious... But overall it was a great experience."

Well, the audience would love to be kindled by Rohit Shetty's brand of fiction on the small screen for sure if at all, the director takes a plunge.

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