Rithvik Dhanjani's fans are elated at his "I Can Do That" win but the actor is yet to come to terms with the achievement. He went blank when he was crowned the winner and the feeling is yet to sink in.
Talking to The Asian Age, Rithvik spoke of how he worked hard for the show and wished for his efforts to pay off but he never expected to cross the finish line first.
The suave star beat Gurmeet Choudhary, Madhurima Tuli, and Gauahar Khan to win the title.
Unlike other celebs, Rithvik comes across as the one who's always up for braving dangerous challenges. When asked if performing daredevil stunts ever scared him, he said there will always be risks but living life to the fullest is something everyone should do.
"There were two really difficult acts â€” the aerial trapeze act and the one for the semi final â€” where I had dancers mounting my shoulders and hands," the leading daily quoted him as saying.
The actor, who is excited about his win, is equally thrilled about girlfriend's new show "Kuch Toh Hai Tere Mere Darmiyaan" alongside "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein" actor Aly Goni.
"When Ekta decided that she wanted to replace the main cast, I am sure she had something in mind for the new cast. I completely trust Ekta's instincts. If she thought Asha was fit for the show, she has to take it up. Asha's taken the right decision and I feel the show will do very well," he further elaborated.