Pitted against celebrity contestant Bani J in the finale, desi lad Manveer Gurjar has become the winner of the reality show, Bigg Boss 10. After successfully surviving three months inside the house, Manveer Gurjar has finally won the battle by becoming the winner of season 10. Manveer has beat VJ Bani to emerge winner and pocket the prize money of Rs 40 Lakhs. From nobody to a star now, Manveer came a long way and proved himself at every moment. His drastic transformation on the show had won many hearts. Not just that, his friendship with Manu Punjabi proved that Manveer was not only here to play the game but also to earn friendship and win hearts.
After winning the show, in an interview with DNA, Manveer Gurjar speaks up about his future plans, on things he regretted doing in the house, and a lot more. CLICK NEXT TO READ!
If ever thought of winning the show: Honestly, I hadn’t thought about it at all. But jis raaste se ja raha tha, the support and the votes I was getting, I realised I was going about it in the right way. It was only half-way through the show that I started thinking about winning the show.
On first thing he will do after the show: I haven’t seen my family members for almost four months. I want to meet them and show them what I was and what I have become. I want to tell them that it is because of their support that I have come so far.
Who he thinks deserved to win the show: It had to be among the commoners only. If not me, then Manu Punjabi was deserving. Jitna hum dono ne iss show ko diya – we made the atmosphere in the house homely. We did everything the way we would in the house –hasna, rona, task karna, washing clothes, etc. We did not think about our position, image or anything.
On being in touch with fellow contestants: I will try and keep in touch with all the commoners from the house Manu, Mona, Nitibha and Lokesh barring Swami Om and Priyanka Jagga.
One regret: I haven’t done anything intentionally, but unintentionally there have been some fights and badtameeziyan that I have done during the tasks – like taking away clothes from Monalisa, and in raja runk task mein I fought with Lopa. Some lines that I shouldn’t have crossed I may have, but it was not deliberate.
On planning to shift to Mumbai: I will do whatever people love to me see me in. If they want me to entertain I will do that. When I asked Salmanji, what I should do, he said, ‘do whatever you do want to do man!’ If people want me to entertain I will do that and shift to either Delhi or Mumbai.
Three people who didn’t deserve to be on the show: Two people you already know – Swami Om and Jagga because of their antics. If I have to name one more person, it is a celebrity and that’s Gaurav Chopra. That’s because there were a lot of expectations from him. Even in the show both of us had problems with each other and they never got cleared. I think he was conscious about his image and did not give much to the show – he remained an actor only.
Thoughts on Lopa: As Miss India, she represents the country and was quite strong. She would take a stand for things, she was stubborn and had an attitude. But at the same time she came across as immature when it came to doing tasks or taking decisions. But she deserved to be among the top four or three.