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What would a saffron-clad, social activist, Arya Samaj leader do in the big, bad world of Bigg Boss?
"Relax," says Swami Agnivesh, who is gearing up to reach out to India's youth with issues like casteism, alcoholism and corruption through his entry into the controversial reality show Tuesday.
The 72-year-old is "excited" about entering the secluded Karjat house, where 11 young, celebrity contestants are already fighting it out for survival. The inhabitants have no connect with the outside world and are under 24x7 camera surveillance.
"I have seen three to four episodes of the show, and it is quite exciting. There are a lot of young people in it. My supporters told me if I have a message for the youth, I must go to the show, maintain my integrity and spread the social messages I want to through the show," Agnivesh told IANS over phone from Mumbai, sounding upbeat.
Agnivesh promises viewers will get to see his "lighter" side.