'I was the youngest female contestant in the history of Khatron Ke Khiladi.'
Anushka Sen has not just been winning the hearts with her creative videos on social media platforms, but she has also been making a lot of impact thanks to her stint in Khatron Ke Khiladi.
Anushka chats with Rediff.com Contributor Prateek Sur and says, "I wanted to see what my limits were."
What was your experience shooting Khatron Ke Khiladi in Cape Town?
It was one of the best experiences that I have had.
It was so adventurous!
I learned a lot.
I did some things that I have never done before, and never thought I would be able to do.
I made really amazing friends.
What are you most scared of? Have you faced your fears?
I was very scared of spiders, but when I went to KKK, I had to experience the spiders and a lot of other things, which you will get to know when you watch the show.
The beehives, water, insects and animals... it was super scary!
How was the experience with Rohit Shetty?
My experience was amazing.
He is really down-to-earth and super sweet.
He was very motivating.
He believed in me, and always told me, 'Anushka give your 100 percent'.
Who has been your toughest competitor on KKK?
Honestly, because I was the youngest contestant in this season and also the youngest female contestant in the history of Khatron Ke Khiladi, I went in to compete with myself.
I wanted to see what I could do.
I wanted to see what my limits were.
And I surprised myself. So I am really excited for my fans to watch it.
Your character in Crashh was loved a lot. Would we be seeing a second season?
Thank you so much. Alia (her character in the show) got a lot of love from the audience.
Crashh was my first Web show and it did amazingly.
We are waiting for the second season.
I don't know exactly when, but it will definitely come out soon.
What else will we see you in?
There are some more surprises coming up. I am working on a lot of things right now.
I hope I can talk about them soon.