“No offense to Sonu Sood but…”

Prince Narula Subtly Digs Into Sonu Sood To Host MTV Roadies And Says It Won't Be The Same Without Rannvijay Singha
Prince Narula subtly digs into Sonu Sood who replaced Rannvijay Singha on MTV Roadies (Photo Credit – Instagram)

MTV Roadies has always been one of the most watched reality shows of Indian television not only for its high voltage arguments but also for its adventurous duties. It was previously announced that the new producers of the show are planning to change the format of the show with the new season and Rannvijay Singha will no longer be a part of it. In a recent interaction, Prince Narula opened up about the new format and the show’s new host, Sonu Sood.

For the inexperienced people, MTV Roadies started in the year 2003 and Rannvijay was the very first winner of the title. He became an active host, judge and mentor on the show alongside a string of other celebrities such as Raftaar and Neha Dhupia, among others. The upcoming season will be taken over by Sonu Sood and fans seem to have mixed reactions to the new development.

According to Telly Chakkar, ex-contestant and leader of MTV Roadies, Prince Narula talked about the absence of Rannvijay Singha in the upcoming season. ‘I don’t know what to say. This time, Rannvijay and the leaders are not part of the show. The creators wanted to change the concept of the show and do something different. I can’t imagine we’re not on the show, but I can’t imagine not having Rannvijay on board because we’ve watched him grow and our emotions are attached to him,” he said.

Prince Narula explained that fans wouldn’t want a Bollywood style show, saying: “The way he hosts the show and goes about things, I don’t think anyone can. Sonu Sood is not offensive because he has so many things for the country done but when it comes to this show it’s very different and i hope he keeps it like we do the audience don’t want to see bollywood in the show but see normal people who came out of the show the audience has a relationship with us. Yuvika said that because we’re from the same show and judging it, that’s why people have something to do with it.”

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