December 4, 2016 6:27:53 pm
Bigg Boss season 9 contestant Prince Narula is having the time of his life. From being just another person, Prince has turned himself into a star by winning 3 reality shows – Spiltsvilla, Bigg Boss 9 and Roadies X2. And if you thought he was done with being the face of reality shows, you are wrong as the man has now turned into a judge on Roadies Rising, the fourteenth season of the long-running sports-adventure reality show.
However, as it’s said that a person never really detaches himself from his past, Prince is still keeping himself updated about Bigg Boss’ season 10.
On being asked about the difference between Bigg Boss and Roadies, the star said, “Bigg Boss is a game that is dependent completely on you, while Roadies is a team effort. I have always played to win the game and will always do that. Even now when I am a team leader, my focus is going to be the same but I’ll make sure to add what I’ve learnt through the entire journey.”
Talking about who he thinks will win Bigg Boss 10 this time, Prince said, “This time we have another Roadies contestant on the show, Bani J. I really wish good for her but I think it is Manveer (Gurjar) who is extremely entertaining and has the quality in him. I don’t really get the time to follow the show but I get to know through updates.”
Prince also added that he would love to see his Roadies co-team leader, Karan Kundra locked inside the Bigg Boss house. “He is aggressive but will definitely win hearts of the girls in the house, so I definitely think he can be good at it.”
Presently, Prince has his hands full with projects. He appeared on an adventurous show with Rannvijay Singh, called the Squandron and now, he is the lead actor of a television soap Badho Bahu that airs on &TV.
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