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Bigg Boss 9 winner Prince Narula donates Rs 5 lakh from winning amount to Salman Khan's Being Human

News Agencies | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 5:28 IST

Becoming the undisputed king of reality TV, Prince Narula on Saturday emerged as the winner of Bigg Boss Double Trouble.

The Punjabi hunk who entered the show with Rochelle Rao as his partner has been declared as the winner of Season 9 of the controversial reality TV show. It's the third time that Prince has won a reality show. Earlier, the 25-year-old had won MTV Roadies X2 and MTV Splitsvilla 8.

Prince has become the second reality TV show contestant after Ashutosh to have won Bigg Boss.

Rishabh Sinha happens to be the first runner up, followed by Mandana Karimi and Rochelle Rao.

An emotional and overwhelmed Prince was welcomed with applause from friends and family members as Salman declared him the winner and handed him the Bigg Boss 9 trophy along with the prize money of Rs.35 lakh, out of which he has donated Rs.5 lakh to Salman's Being Human.

As soon as he lifted the trophy, Prince handed it over to Kishwar Merchant, whom he says he owes this win to.

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A viewer's favourite since the first episode, Prince was always in the limelight throughout the season while none of the contestants were able to weaken his presence either in the house or in the minds of viewers.

Prince was competing in the grand finale against wildcard entrant Rishabh Sinha, who was announced as the first runner-up, actor Mandana Karimi, who became the second runner-up, and model Rochelle Rao.

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Be it his aggressive behaviour or competitive nature, Prince was nominated the least number of times and kept viewers engaged and entertained consistently throughout the season.

The grand finale had a mix of foot-tapping and eye-catching performances by all the four finalists, who received personalised makeovers from celebrity stylist Hakim Alim.

Also read: Bigg Boss 9: Kishwar Merchant has 5 things to say about Mandana Karimi, Prince Narula and her "unfair" eviction


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Fitoor star Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor also arrived to promote their film.

The end of Bigg Boss Nau paved the way for Colors new offering Krishnadasi, which will go on air from Monday, 25 February.

Also read: Suyyash Rai had some nasty things to say about Mandana Karimi, Rishabh Sinha after being evicted


First published: 24 January 2016, 11:25 IST