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    Default Anger is a natural human emotion, says Raghu Ram

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    Yes folks, here is an article on fiery and super famous Raghu Ram. He created a storm amongst the youth of this country by launching the cult reality show, MTV Roadies. The show brought in contestants who later went on to become renowned figures in the world of entertainment, namely Rannvijay, Ayushman Khurana, VJ Bani, Siddharth Bhardwaj and many others. As a guest editor at dR, I decided to chat with him and take his interview. And the first question I shot was, “Raghu ko gussa kyun aata hain?”

    “Aise sawal kyun kartey ho? I have been repeatedly saying that anger is a human emotion and it’s very natural. I don’t get annoyed for anything and everything. I have always been different with different people. Only when contestants act smart with me, I tend to lose my cool,” clarified Raghu.

    He further said, “There are times when we edit a lot of content as we can’t show the raw footage on national television and I make sure I am present at the edit. I need people to accept Roadies as the part of their lives. One needs to be responsive, interactive and focused too. It is a place where I have expressed myself to the fullest. Be it human relevance, emotions, culture and the spirit of surviving.”

    On the personal front, he said, “Personally, I am very different. I am more of a composed person and don’t react so much to things. I worked as a trainee in TV 18 (now Network 18). The reach of television has increased a lot over the years. Moreover, my rapport with brother Rajeev is also very nice. We are twins and people tend to get confused at times, and it’s quite funny actually.”

    Finally, he bid adieu with this message for youngsters, “Internet is nice but real life is better. Ego should not clash or bother you. Travel, enjoy and experience life. Interact with people as it will make you mentally stronger.”

    Young janta, do heed to Raghu, the master!!!



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