Tuesday, August 06, 2013
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TV actor Aamir Ali Malik wants to stay away from reality shows, but won't mind competing with celebrities on dance reality show "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa: Dancing with the Stars" (JDJ).
And he won't mind getting onto the dance battle field again, if his health permits him to do so.
"I wouldn't mind being a part of a show like 'Jhalak...', but because of my shoulder injury I cannot think about it. Physically also you have to be fit," said Ali
Other than the celebrity dance show JDJ, he is not game for reality shows at the moment.
"I enjoy watching them, but I can't do more. I have just done two. I can't be a part of a reality show where one is being put down. I love watching them, in fact, I watch only reality shows on TV. When I think that there is something very nice and different, and I fit, then yes, I might try," Ali said.
The small screen star has also acted in films like "I Hate Luv Storys" and "Raakh", but says television is his first love.
"Films are good, but I have no complaints doing TV. TV has given me what I have done so far. Whether I do films or don't do films, TV will be my first love," said Ali, who is busy with his show "Jhilmil Sitaaron Ka Aangan Hoga" on Sahara One.
"'Jhilmil...' takes time, and we do a lot of events together. I am totally booked now. In TV, you can't plan anything," he said.
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