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Rannvijay Singh Singha is the youth icon of the millennium. Roadies and Rannvihay are synonymous. Rannvijay introduced us to this amazing reality show. He is the first roadies winner. His style, his charisma, his body language, his love of sport, sneakers, bicycles and adventures are impeccable, from the gang leader to the host. He also appeared on the judging panel for auditions from 8: Shortcut to Hell to 16: Roadies Real Heroes. Not only is he an anchor, he’s also a prolific actor. He made his Bollywood debut in Toss: A Flip of Destiny (2009), and has also appeared in London Dreams (2009) and Action Replayy (2010). Singha made his Punjabi film debut with Jimmy Shergill’s Dharti in 2011. He was last seen on Netflix’s Mismatched series. Rannvijay will host an online poker reality show ‘The Player Hunt’.

On a personal level, Rannvijay is a proud father and has a cute Lil daughter from Kainaat Singh.

In an exclusive conversation with IBTimes, India Rannvijay Singha spoke in detail about the game show, reminiscing about his childhood days as an army child, his roadies trip and much more.

Excerpts from the interview:


Are you going to host an online poker reality show? What is the show about? Do you play poker

I’ve been playing poker for a while now and this is the first time that poker has a game show called “Player Hunt” where people learn how to play the game. It’s an interactive game. Everyone can participate, from beginners to housewives, students. If you don’t know how to play the game, there are tutorials for that. It is an experience worth cherishing and you will surely enjoy it. ‘

Rannvijay bikes

Indoor games you play?

I play Uno and I remember playing Scotland Bridge and a few more.

Rannvijay family

You belong to an army, how were your childhood days?

I went to boarding school according to the 8th standard. But I remember Papa’s (Jammu & Kashmir) posting because I was still living with them at the time. We stayed about five miles from the control line and got on the bikes, went to the river and played around. I had my first DMS (double shaped shoes) when I was 7th standard. When I got mine, I was super excited and excited. I played tennis, basketball, golf and went swimming. The kind of infrastructure we had as the kid of an army officer is amazing. I really appreciate it.


Did you grow up in an army household and wanted to join the Indian army?

My father was in the army. I also wanted to go to the army. I’d cleared SSB (Services Selection Board), qualified for IMA and OTA, and got a call from MTV two days before joining the Army, and no one in my family was in that area. It was a phone call I made that day.

Roadies is not all about adventure, and you’ve been part of roadies for more than a decade. What would you like to say to the aspiring rodies?

Roadies is a very encouraging and fulfilling experience. It’s not just about adventure; there is much more to it than that. It is a journey that you have with you for a lifetime.