As Fear Factor host Priyanka has taken on a man’s job: Anjana Sukhani

Anjana Sukhani, who participated in the first season of Fear Factor – Khatron Ke Khiladi, heaps lavish praise on Priyanka Chopra – the host of third instalment of the action adventure reality show. She says the actress will pull it off well and give a complex to men. Priyanka will be seen sporting a grungy look as the host of Colors’ adventure reality show Fear Factor – Khatron Ke Khiladi 3. The first two seasons were hosted by Bollywood’s action star Akshay Kumar.

“She has taken up a man’s job and will definetely give a complex to them. What I mean is that she has taken over a role which is best suited for men,” said Anjana.

“Priyanka is a complete rockstar, she is very bold and brave. Her persona is very inspirational. She likes taking challenges, which is clearly visible in her act of taking up an adventurous series as host.

“Earlier, Akshay was surrounded with women and now Priyanka will be seen with all guys which is going to be fun,” said Anjana when she was in the capital to launch Blenders Pride Jaipur International Fashion Week.

The 31-year-old feels that Priyanka will pull of all the stunts well.

“She has a very different approach which makes her stand out of the young crowd. Her screen presence is very strong and I’m sure she will pull it off very well.

“She has done some great stunts in her films Drona and Don. I don’t think there is anybody else who could have been considered other than Priyanka herself to pull the show as a host,” Anjana said.

Anjana’s Bollywood credits include movies like Golmaal Returns (2008), Tum Milo Toh Sahi(2010) and she also featured in Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute to Love which also starred Priyanka.

She also worked in regional films like Kannada movie MaLeyali Jotheyali (2009) and Telugu film Don Seenu (2010).

Asked her about upcoming projects and she said: “I am doing a film with Sharman Joshi Allah Ke Bande as of now. And have two more films in the pipeline but can’t reveal their details as they are still in the negotiation stage.”

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