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Bigg Boss 9: I want Kishwer Merchant to win, says Kawaljeet Singh

Kawaljeet Singh is rooting for Kishwer Merchant's win on 'Bigg Boss Nau' as he feels she is not only a strong player but a nice human being too.

By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: December 14, 2015 6:49:27 pm
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Fashion designer Kawaljeet Singh is rooting for actress Kishwer Merchant’s win on “Bigg Boss Nau” as he feels she is not only a strong player but a nice human being too.

Kawaljeet is the latest contestant to be evicted from the celebrity reality show after a brief stay. The designer said Kishwer deserves to win because she acts like “the woman of the house” and has a caring nature.

“I want Kishwer to win the show. She is a very strong player, gives her all to the tasks and she is a great human being too. She takes care of everyone, cooks amazing food. She is like the lady of the house,” Kawaljeet told PTI.

Besides the TV actress, the designer thinks Prince Narula and Mandana will make other two finalists.

“Prince is a very strong contender. He is amazing in the tasks and otherwise is a very sweet boy. He is just under influence of others. If he comes out of that, he can win the show.

“Mandana is another nice person. She is misunderstood in the house and even to the viewers because a lot of people gang up on her. She is intelligent, sweet and mentally strong.”

Also read: Bigg Boss 9: Kawaljit Singh evicted from the house

About his own innings on the show, Kawaljeet said he would have liked to stay for at least for Christmas as he wanted to celebrate the festival in the Bigg Boss house.

“I had a wonderful time in the house. It was a dream come true to be on the show but I would have been happier had I got two more weeks. It was my dream to celebrate Christmas on the show so there is a feeling that I could not fulfill that but my time on the show was amazing.”

The designer added he tried enhancing the style sense of the contestants as he felt they took no efforts to dress up.

“These people used to feel it was weird to stay dressed in the house but I told them that this show is loved by all so they should make an effort to look good. I helped Kishwer dress up last week, I gave her my dupatta. I asked Giselle to tone down her make up,” he said.

The show, hosted by superstar Salman Khan, airs on Colors.

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