'MTV Roadies Real Heroes' Contestant Ashish Bhatia To Participate in 'MTV Splitsvilla 12'!
After Prince Narula, Priyank Sharma, Varun Sood among others, another 'Roadies' contestant will be a part of 'Splitsvilla' as well.
Sunny-Rannvijay on 'Splitsvilla 12'sets (Photo: Instagram)
According to India Forums, 'Roadies Real Heroes' contestant Ashish Bhatia is set to join Splitsvilla.
Ashish as well as the makers are yet to react on the same.
For the uninitiated, Ashish Bhatia is still in the race to win 'Roadies' and is a part of Sandeep Singh's gang.
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Ashish Bhatia (Photo: Instagram)
On a related note, popular 'Roadies' contestants like Prince Narula, Priyank Sharma, Baseer Ali, Ayaz Ahmed, Kavya Khurana, Gurmeet Singh Rehal, Varun Sood among others were seen as participants in previous 'Splitsvilla' seasons and some of them event went on to win the show. Now, it'll be interesting to see how Ashish Bhatia will play the game in 'MTV Splitsvilla 12'.
Ashish with 'Roadies Real Heores' teammates (Photo: Web)
Coming back to 'Splitsvilla 12', celebs like Priyamvada Kant, Bhavin Bhanushali and Uday Sachdeva too are expected to participate in the reality show. The fans are eagerly waiting for 'MTV Splitsvilla 12' and we're sure that it will be interesting and entertaining like every year.
Keep watching this space for more updates!
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