Prince Narula, the Punjabi model and television personality emerged as the winner of Bigg Boss 9. The hunky man from Chandigarh beat Rishabh Sinha, Mandana Karimi and Rochelle Rao in the fianl round to emerge winner and pocket the prize money. Rochelle was the first one to be evicted followed by Mandana and Rishabh both of whom emerged as the second and first runners up respectively. He takes home Rs. 35 lakhs from the show.
Prince, who has earlier won reality shows like Mr Punjab, Roadies and participated in Splitsvilla, started his career with modelling in Chandigarh. Prince gained popularity among youth as he participated in the twelfth edition of MTV India's stunt reality show MTV Roadies in January 2015, and won the series.
During the show, he ensured that he provides the audience the necessary dose of action, drama and romance, while enjoying his stint inside. He fought with one and all, made a sister and flirted with at least three women, apart from his other antics. Prince professed his love for Nora Fatehi and Yuvika Choudhary on the show, and even flirted with Rochelle Rao!
The grand finale, which was telecast on the Colors TV on Saturday (23rd January) also saw Salman Khan’s former girlfriend Katrina Kaif and her Fitoor co-star Aditya Roy Kapoor making an appearance to promote their movie.
Bigg Boss winners have always been the people who speak out their mind, are unapologetic about fighting for themselves and entertaining the audience with all sorts of antics. Previous winners of this show have all been strong-headed and impulsive. And Prince ensured he did all of it. However according to the media sources, the next edition of the popular show Bigg Boss 10 will be for the commoners. People interested to participate in the show, will have to make a three-minute video of them showcasing a trait that will make them eligible for the show. The video has to be posted on the official website of the channel. Bigg Boss has been giving an insight view to the life of celebrities since last ten years, when the first edition was telecast in 2006. So for the first time, the controversial reality show will probably open its doors to the common people to appear as contestants along with the stars on its next season.