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Bigg Boss season 12 has started and fans across the country are enjoying the show. With daily gossips and fights among the contestants, the show becomes like a daily dose of entertainment for viewers, however, on the other hand, there are contestants who are going through a mental trauma during the show as they are away from the outside world and family. Karanvir Bohra, contestant of the Bigg Boss season 12 is also going to face such situations and it can be a challenge for him.
Before entering the "Bigg Boss 12" house, actor Karanvir Bohra, who is quite active on social media, shared how difficult it would be for him to live without his phone.
"Not being able to connect with outside world and not being able to use phones will be difficult. Sustaining just on inter-personal communications is going to be hard," Karanvir told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
He also feels that people have become slaves to the luxury and it is important to get detoxed from social media sometimes.
The 36-year-old said: "Overdose of something is harmful and in today's time we all have become slaves to the luxury. Living away from social media will help me in understanding myself more. This 'Bigg Boss' experience will test me in every aspect and will help me grow."
Apart from the gadgets, he will miss his twin daughters the most and this can be the biggest challenge for him on the show.
"My babies are so attached to me and when they will realise that dad is not with them, they will feel bad (though they won't be able to express but I know it would be hard for them). Leaving my daughters behind is the biggest challenge," added Karanvir.
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With Inputs - IANS
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