New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) From massaging techniques to bartending, he learnt it all while being schooled to woo women on UTV Bindass' show "Superstud". But even months after the show ended, Karan Chhabra says he is still single.
"I am single and ready to mingle," Chhabra, who claims "every woman wants to be with me," told IANS.
But he is unfazed. He is confident about his "skills" in attracting women.
"The show is truly a learning school and taught me a lot of things that have made me very confident in approaching a girl. It boosted my confidence and also taught me the right manner of wooing girls," he added.
But did you think you were incapable of impressing women before "Superstud"?
"I would not say that I was not capable. But 'Superstud' has given me various good techniques to approach women in the right manner. It has given me an opportunity to showcase my hidden talents," said the 24-year-old Delhi-based boy, who also won a chance to visit Las Vegas as his reward for being a "Superstud".
His trip in December was memorable.
"I loved everything about Vegas -- from the vibrancy of the city to the helicopter ride to the famous streets and of course the women! I did all the interesting things one can dream of doing in Vegas. It is such a vivacious city, with so much to do and I used this opportunity to the fullest.
"I drove a Hummer in the red sand desert which is like a dream come true, took a beautiful ride in a helicopter and saw the breathtaking Grand Canyon and did much more. I also spent some time in the casinos where I won some money but also lost some. It has been a memorable trip," he said.
For now, he says he has been receiving "good offers" from showbiz, "especially advertisements and shows". But he has larger dreams in life.
"I wish to be a good man, and to be the best in whatever I do. I wish to become a successful businessman and compete with the likes of Ambanis," said the "Superstud", who likes listening to music, driving cars and playing soccer.