Though disappointed, Harshad says it was only to be expected."I was being sent first for every task. And everyone knows the contestant who goes first is at a disadvantage.

So you see, being first is not always a sign of excellence," he quipped."It wasn't planned that way. But every time I'd end up going first. So here I am, out of the show. But no regrets. I had great fun. All the 14 contestants were really good with the stunts”.

“So the competition was worth it. I made some good friends. And Rohit Shetty was a terrific host. Also, I visited South Africa for the first time," he said of his experience on the Colors' show.

Now Harshad says he's all set to start work on a new fictional soap after the termination of "Beintehaa".

"All I can say at this moment is, it's a completely different character and plot from 'Beintehaa'. It will start in March," he said.


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