Rannvijay Singha Substituted After 17 Years in the Series MTV Roadies
After 17 years over the show, Rannvijay Singha, regarded best as a competitor and host of MTV’s hit reality show Roadies, is set to be replaced.
Rannvijay first appeared on the show as a contender in 2003 and has since worked as a presenter as well as a gang leader. According to media rumors, the actor-host would be replaced by a well-known Bollywood figure, the identity of whom is being kept hidden. There has, nevertheless, been no formal confirmation of this.
For the uninitiated, Rannvijay debuted during the first season of the series MTV Roadies and went on to anchor all subsequent seasons, spanning Roadies 2.0 through Roadies Revolution. In addition, he has hosted MTV shows such as MTV Scooty Pep Diva, MTV Stuntmania, MTV Splitsvilla, MTV Force India The Fast and the Gorgeous, and MTV Troll Police.
According to a source close to the show, News18, “Like every season, this season too MTV will take the adventure a notch higher. But this time around, newer terrains will be covered by a new host for the upcoming 18th season of MTV Roadies. The new face is a well-known Bollywood actor who is fearless and will take the journey to a whole new level with unparalleled energy. The journey is just about to begin, and fans are in for a great surprise as the host will be unveiled soon.”
Meanwhile, Rannvijay Singha, an actor, and TV personality is working on a wildlife show called ‘Safari India.’ Ranthambhore, Gir, Netravali (Goa), Pakke Tiger Reserve (Arunachal Pradesh), Jim Corbett, Kaziranga, and Dubare Elephant Camp are among the national parks featured in the show (Karnataka).
In a statement regarding the show, Rannvijay said: “It was the most thrilling experience I have had this year. It was a series of astonishing and larger-than-life experiences. I interacted with forest rangers and learned about their efforts towards preserving our wildlife. I have had some exceptional learning experiences and it was only because of the show that I realized what a rich wildlife ecosystem our country has.”