The actor added that the show is not rigged at all.
"This show cannot be rigged. Mallika is Mallika, she will not be governed by TRPs (Telivision Rating Point). She is very clear in what she wants and how she wants to go about it. There is no question of it being rigged," the 44-year-old told IANS in an interview.
Rohit said that his role is not only of a host in the show, but he will also be seen guiding the actress as she makes her decisions.
"I thought I would just be a link between Mallika and the audience. But my role is more complicated. Mallika takes advise from me. Also, the boys sometimes forget why they are here when they look at all this glamour, so I guide them as well," he said.
The actor said that he feels responsible on the show. He says that he must maintain some distance from the show as he tends to get biased.
"I feel so responsible and I get involved in everything. I should be distant from the entire proceeding as I can get biased. I feel I am responsible for how the show comes up. I feel responsible as an actor and as a friend," he said.
Rohit said that the significance of the show in his career would be decided once it comes on air in October.
"The significance of this show will be known once the show comes on air. Time will tell. Whatever I am involved in, whether it is acting or directing, I put a little bit of me in that. So, I expect the best," Roy said who has been seen in shows like "Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand" and "Swabhimaan".
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