Commoner Manveer Gurjar, the desi lad who belongs to Haryana, was announced the winner of Bigg Boss 10 after winning hearts of millions of Indians, thanks to his honesty and dedication towards his friends.
After Manveer's triumph, his father announced that 50 per cent of the prize money will be donated to Bigg Boss 10 host and Bollywood actor Salman Khan's charity Being Human.
Manveer, Lopamudra Raut and Manu Punjabi have spoken to News Nation in an exclusive interview. Here is what they all have to say about their journey in Bigg Boss 10.
Manveer Gurjar: "I would like to thank all the viewers for their votes and support. I have won Rs 40 lakh prize money. But what matters for me is name and fame not money. Money has never been my priority. I will remain the same and will never change. Yes, I have donated 50% of the prize money to Salman Khan's charity Being Human."
Lopamudra Raut: "I controlled my anger most of the times. But whenever I was angry, there was a genuine reason for it. But when somebody will do atyachar with me, I would not tolerate, I will always give it back. I do not regret for losing my cool in Bigg Boss House. I still feel at number 1, I feel like winner. But I am very happy for Manveer and would like to congratulate him for winning Bigg Boss 10."
"Swami Om talks just anything. He is a big coward. He is someone who shouldn't be taken seriously. I am sorry I cannot give respect to him because he never respected any women in Bigg Boss House. He doesn't deserve any respect. Beware of Om!"
"He cannot even hit a mosquito, how could he slap Salman Khan. How is that possible? All lies. Whatever he speaks is all fiction, all non-sense."
Manu Punjabi: "I am very happy on Manveer's win. The journey with Bigg Boss was very beautiful. If I get a chance in Bollywood, I would like to do a film with Salman Khan."
"Nobody can dare to touch Salman Khan, not even in dreams. Swami Om is a liar."