The 36-year-old actor, best known for his comic performance in "Dhamal" franchise, said he has got better offers on TV than in films right now.
"I took to TV after films because at the moment it gave me variable offers, very exciting roles, much better positioning, imaging, money, everything. I am happy what I am getting here and it is probably more lucrative than films.”
"But if something good comes up in Bollywood I will take. On TV, I might take up a fiction show. If there is not any interesting fiction show, I would be interested in doing a reality series. I now know how reality TV works, so a dance competition should be interesting," Ashish said.

The actor, who started his acting career on TV and got popular with 2001 show "Hum Pardesi Ho Gaye", later starred in films like "Qayamat: City Under Threat", "Shaadi Ka Laddoo" and "Fight Club - Members Only", among others.
Ashish said while signing "Khatron Ke Khiladi- Darr Ka Blockbuster Returns" he knew he will be questioned by many people.
"When you move to films and then make a comeback on TV there are always a lot of questions, like why is he back to TV, maybe Bollywood did not work for him? But you have to keep all this aside and do what you really want to do.”
"The show was giving me an opportunity to do all that I had never done in my life and I realised I needed some time for myself, so I took up the show," he said.
Ashish won the title by beating Meiyang Chang in the final stunt of the show.


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