"I don't mean I want to play the hero. There are so many roles to play in today's Hindi cinema," Andy said. JPN/Bureau (Agencies)
"I am a trained actor. I've done theatre in London. I've also done choreography and dancing for 15 years. Mumbai has been my home for 10 years now. I am not going anywhere," he added.
Andy's exit came as a part of a mid-week elimination on the show, which will have its grand finale Saturday. He was amongst the five finalists on the show,which airs on channel Colors.
However, he has no regrets about not winning "Bigg Boss".
"I never expected to win. I think Gauhar Khan or Tanisha Mukherjee stand a good chance of winning. As far as I am concerned, I was right there till the end. I was evicted only three days before the grand finale. So I feel as good as victorious.
"I've come away a lot more patient and appreciative of the good things in life. When I came out of 'Bigg Boss', my brother gave me a chocolate biscuit. Nothing has ever tasted so good. And hey, my Hindi has improved," he said.
At least, that's one step ahead for a career in Bollywood!
"I don't mean I want to play the hero. There are so many roles to play in today's Hindi cinema," Andy said.