Time has been really kind to me: Kichcha Sudeepa

Deccan Chronicle.  | SHASHIPRASAD S.M.

Entertainment, Sandalwood

He returns after the enormous success of Pailwaan and Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, both of which released in multiple languages.

Kichcha Sudeepa.

Mumbai: Popular Kannada actor Kichcha Sudeepa, who is having a gala time as an artist with big movies in kitty, returns to host the seventh season of Bigg Boss in Kannada, which will hit the small screens this Saturday with a grand opening.

He returns after the enormous success of Pailwaan and Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, both of which released in multiple languages. His other big venture Dabangg 3 alongside Bollywood's superstar Salman Khan is also ready for release.

Speaking about the prime time in his career, he says, "I am glad that time has been really kind to me. I have been busy travelling for work from one place to another. I have to utilise it to the maximum. More than me, it is my family who has been a great support without whom the journey wouldn't have happened in the first place."

He goes on to add that since his daughter is grown up, she along with his better half Priya, sometimes travel to meet him for a quality time together. "More than that, my main priority is my ageing parents. I am thankful for facilities like 'video calling' which keeps me connected to them irrespective of wherever I am traveling and working," he shares

Kichcha further says, "I cannot control the wrinkles. Even before the hero starts to bore, I have to achieve something and I will work hard on the journey to reach my destination."

On speculations over the 'big remuneration', he explains that money is not a debate for him, as it is the bank account which his family looks after. "In fact, the one person who has to know about my earnings, my better half, knows about it better than me," he smiles.

Insofar as the latest season of Bigg Boss show in Kannada is concerned, it is going to be a complete show of celebrities as contestants with new house along with many more surprises. The grand opening of the show will be broadcasted live in few select multiplexe theatres.

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