Individuality counts the most in reality shows: Sherlyn Chhopra
Dwelling on the mind-game in reality shows as the one which brings out one's true self, anchor Sherlyn Chhopra said showing individuality counted the most
"When you see nonstop sledging, you might think otherwise but this reality show talks more about gut insttincts, not to hide your emotions, not to lie and just being oneself," the Playboy cover model said during a visit here.
"I have encouraged the contestants to be true to themselves and not put up a facade. I have sought to tell them that they shouldnot take every feedback seriously," the MTV Splitsvillle anchor said.
Sherlyn, who said she had no interest in reading link-up stories concerning herself, said, "For everybody wanting to make herself counted you have to put your success before you. Judging people is not an awesome job, it only demands being level headed and a good listener and observer."
Informing that the Playboy issue, featuring her, would hit the stands this year itself, Sherlyn said "I don t want to be promiscuous. This came after my photo shoot for the magazine in Los Angeles and I have decided to put a barrier and limit and will pose the way I deem fit."
The Big Boss resident said from her own accounts she wanted to tell the contestants of a big-ticket reality show like MTV Splitsvillle to just be themselves and keep away from sledging and machinations.