The 'Hate Story 2' actor, who earlier hosted 'Wanted: High Alert', felt dejected when the show got scrapped after five episodes.

The actor, who was last seen in Akshay Kumar-starrer 'Baby', then got a chance to host the Life Ok show, which he took it as a challenge.

"When Savdhaan India came to me, I thought this is my chance to prove it to myself that I can pull this off. I had asked the team if they will be using me as just another character in the show, they assured me that I'll be myself on the show, narrating the stories. And that's when I was all game for it'', Sushant said.

The show features dramatised criminal cases from across the country to caution viewers and spread awareness regarding the judicial system.

Sushant, who recently took part in a workshop to spread awareness on national legal service day, is happy that 'Savdhaan India' is being appreciated by people.

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