Mumbai : "Bigg Boss Nau" being his fourth non-fiction show in a year's time, Prince Narula wants to be known as the "reality king" of Indian television.
The Chandigarh-based model, who gained momentum after showcasing his tough guy image in "Roadies X2" and "Splitsvilla 8", said he opted for "Bigg Boss" because it will give him the maximum limelight.
"I am on 'Bigg Boss' predominantly for Salman (Khan). I am a huge fan of the star. Moreover, it is my fourth reality show in a year's time and I want to be known as the 'reality king' of the television," Prince told PTI.
"Bigg Boss Nau", which sees Salman returning as the host for the sixth time, has 14 celebrity contestants from different sphere of life and they are holed up in a house for three months without with multiple cameras watching their every move.
Prince said he will find motivation from his parents' struggles whenever he will be deadlocked in extreme situation.
"I come from a business family and my parents have seen many ups and downs in their lives. Their struggle will be an inspiration for me to face every situation inside the house. It will help me to concentrate on the show."
The "Mr Punjab" runner-up said he no game strategy in mind and is entering the Colors show with an aim of making good friends.
"I have not figured out any strategy yet. I will only observe people and will react according to the moment. As I am not from showbiz, I am looking forward to make some good friends on the show," he said.
Prince said he will not be a part of reality shows anymore and will try his luck next in fiction format.
"'Bigg Boss' will be my last reality show. I will do fiction next after coming out of the house," said the fitness