"Everything has been decided at the last moment and I really don’t have any game plan. I’ll just be myself in the show and go with the flow," Akashdeep said.
The 33-year-old, who rose to fame as Ansh Gujral in Ekta Kapoor’s Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, was also seen in reality shows like Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, Iss Jungle Se Mujhe Bachao and Zor Ka Jhatka.
Akashdeep is entering the show at the point when bickering, clashes and back-bitching have become order of the day, but he is quite clear he won’t be a part of such things.
"I am a very righteous person and speak my mind out. I would never be a part of any such things. I’ll just be myself. I am not the guy who would be bitching about people behind their backs. I would try my best to entertain people inside as well as outside the house," he said.
The show started off with Shakti Kapoor as the only male contestant among 13 girls in Bigg Boss, however, gradually Amar and Siddharth joined the inmates.
So, who does he think is the strongest among all?
"Saw just a few episodes and I think Shakti Kapoor is the dark horse, Pooja Bedi is quite sorted out and Mahek Chahal is also doing really very well. So I really can’t say anything," said Akashdeep who wished if he could go after Diwali.