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Updated: December 28, 2012 19:36 IST

Works to working out

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Vishal Karwal.
Vishal Karwal.

Vishal Karwal finds time for health, whenever and wherever

“When you want to do something, you take out time for that,” affirms Vishal Karwal. An actor and model, Vishal has to his credit, the winner’s crown in Season 1 of Splitsvilla, participation in Season 4 of Roadies, and lead roles in Dwarkadheesh, Rishton se badi…Pratha and Bhagyavidhaata. His latest was the sixth season of Bigg Boss, from where he got evicted.

Time is a luxury for a TV actor so taking time out for working out becomes a kind of challenge but Vishal is particular about his health regimen. “I used to work out thrice or four times a week. I have always loved working out so even if I finish my shoot at night, I make sure I go and work out. It is difficult taking out time, but working out is something I enjoy the most so I take out time for it,” explains Vishal.

Life in Bigg Boss

Asked how rationing of food items interfered with his diet plan, he said, “I have studied in a boarding school, so I was quite used to it. I think I can survive anywhere.” Vishal believes in “eating healthy and sleeping well” for a truly invigorating life.

In response to what his reaction was to his eviction from the house, he said, “It wasn’t expected as such, but obviously Rajeev has been in the house from Day 1, so he deserves to be in the house. The experience was extremely different from the previous reality shows that I have because all these guys are from different age-groups…” For now Vishal is just focused on a much-needed break.

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