Erika Packard, “I Wasn’t Anticipating Being Eliminated Of Khatron Ke Khiladi In The First Week!”
Without a question, India’s favorite stunt-based reality show is Khatron Ke Khiladi 12. KKK 12 debuted last week on COLORS to considerable anticipation, hosted by legendary Bollywood director Rohit Shetty. Celebrities have been confronting their phobias throughout this season. The Khiladi is putting their best effort forward to endure this journey while they are busy shooting in the beautiful locations of Cape Town, South Africa. Erika Packard, a model, and influencer were eliminated from the competition in the first week of the show, heightening viewers’ anxiety about losing. Erika appeared on “Khatron Ke Khiladi 12,” her first television show.
In her first task of the year, Erika faced up against Nishant Bhat, and as a result, she received the feared “Fear fanda.” She was given another chance to make amends, so she joined Mohit and Tushar in a stunt. Despite her best efforts, she, unfortunately, ended up in the elimination round. Erika, Aneri, and Jannat, the bottom three competitors, had to unchain themselves while being held captive in a glass box filled with reptiles including snakes and crocodiles, among other creatures, for her last feat. Erika started the stunt with a competitive zest but found it difficult to free herself.
She said goodbye to her Khatron Ke Khiladi journey with a sorrowful heart!
Erika and her fellow candidates got along well throughout her brief time on the show. She replied, “It makes me sorry to get expelled and finish this great trip so soon,” when asked about the same. I enjoyed my time on the show. It was my first experience in the television industry, and I had never done any of the things I had to do, such as perform stunts, travel with a large crew, or compete against other contestants. Since I’m not from the industry, I thought it could be a little challenging, but surprisingly, we got along right away. Since they knew I was a newbie, everyone was courteous, kind, and supportive.
She said, “I’m glad I overcame my concern of being a participant in a reality show like this,” when speaking about her experience. Regarding the stunts, I’d say I gave it my all; at the elimination stunt, I panicked a little and couldn’t position the keys. Whoever performed the stunt better won the contest. It has been a tremendous learning experience for me, and I will always treasure the memories I have made here and the lessons I have taken away from it.”