As Khatron Ke Khiladi 14 (KKK 14) shoot is underway now, the list of contestants that have been sealed to be a part of the show has already intrigued one and all.

While you usually look at the TV faces being a part of the show, it is the inclusion of Krishna Shroff that has gained the maximum interest as of now.

The daughter of Jackie Shroff and the sister of Tiger Shroff, Krishna is already a rage on Instagram due to her fitness videos and is now set to be in KKK 14.

In an exclusive conversation with IWMBuzz, Krishna Shroff opened up on why she agreed to do KKK, her biggest fears, what advice Tiger and Jackie give her and several other things.

How excited are you?

I’m very excited and very nervous as well. It’s just a mixed bag of emotions I am feeling right now. I guess the lesser I think about it, the better it will be.

When you get an offer for the show, what was your first reaction?

This show came to me two years ago but at that time I refused as I was in a very different space at that point in my life. I wasn’t secure enough to put myself out there then because here your vulnerability is on display. You see the good, the bad and the ugly. So now, two years later, I feel it is the right time for me, and here I am.

There was a lot of buzz about how will you be in Bigg Boss as well but that was a question mark. Now finally, you’re here doing a reality show with KKK. What do you have to say about it?

You know for me, reality show is a space I am most comfortable with. I am okay with putting my personality out there with the show. A lot of these contestants on KKK have been very inspiring to me, I feel really motivated looking at them. I’m hoping that through my journey, I will serve as a motivation for the people out there.

What’s the one fear you would like to overcome with KKK?

I have a few. Specific to KKK, I feel you can’t talk about what you’re dreading the most and feeling the fear until you’re out there, experiencing it. In that environment, in that box when you’re sitting with the creepy crawlies – you can only feel that at that moment. A lot of people who have done the show earlier have told me that actually that turned out to be the easiest thing for them. So I guess, it’s all about embracing the moment fully.

Interviewed by: Sweta Gupta

Are you excited to be working alongside Rohit Shetty where these stunts are designed by him?

Absolutely. Rohit Sir is a huge inspiration for everyone in this space, for my brother (Tiger Shroff) as well. He is shooting with my father, Jackie Shroff and my brother as we speak. So it is cool that I am the third person in the family who is going to be working with him. So yes, it is a privilege to be working with him. He is the type of person the contestants need who constantly motivates them, and pushes them – even more so when everyone is away from their families and he is there to make that extra effort. I respect that.

Any advice you got from your family?

My father just said one word – bindaas (laughs). Tiger had some unrealistic stuff to tell and I was like ‘Not everyone’s a superhero like you’, so I am not going to listen to any of it (laughs).

Your go-to mantra for the show?

Carpe diem. Seize the day. Whatever obstacle, challenge or anything will come across, I will seize it and try to do it with the best of my capabilities.