BIGG BOSS 6: who will be the winner?

  • Kavita Awaasthi, Hindustan Times, Mumbai
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  • Updated: Jan 12, 2013 12:23 IST
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After all the buzz in the TV industry and not to mention the innumerable unsolicited astrological predictions, it seems like the final struggle for victory in the Bigg Boss house might be between Urvashi Dholakia and Niketan Madhok. The two have been the audiences’ favourites lately, and are currently in the game with Sana Khan, Imam Sidiqui and Rajev Paul. We asked some former contestants of the reality show about who they think will walk away with the final prize. Here’s what they have to say.

Amar Upadhyay: I am voting and rooting for Imam but if you go by the record of the last five years, you will see that the person who has been in the house from the beginning has always won. In that case either Urvashi or Niketan will win. However, It shouldn’t be that way. I think the person who entertains, and keeps the audience glued to the TV screens, should be the one to win the show. And Imam has done that throughout the season. This year, the show actually began on a dull note. But the moment Imam came, things looked up.

Sambhavna Seth: I think it should be Urvashi, because of her straightforward attitude and consistent behaviour. She’s the same in real life and is not trying to be someone else justfor the show. If not her, Niketan has a good chance too.

Poonam Dhillon: I think it will be Urvashi. Though I haven’t seen many episodes of Bigg Boss, the few I did manage to catch made me feel that she is a strong woman who has conviction. She’s not a hypocrite. What you see is what you get. Being a mother, it’s important to maintain decorum and be a role model. I personally admire such qualities in people.

Ravi Kishen: I think Urvashi should win because she has managed to maintain a constant balance in the way she behaves on the show. Also, she’s a single parent and winning the prize will help her plan her children’s future.

Raja Choudhary: I feel Imam should win because he is what he is. Other than him Urvashi has a good chance. But the rest of them all are too fake.

Mink Brar: Urvashi and Niketan have good chances. Niketan mainly because of his calm and composed nature. And Urvashi, because she is strong. She is blunt, but still has major support from the audience.

Pooja Misra: I feel Sana Khan will win Big Boss because she is a happy-go-lucky, helpful person.Aashaka Goradia Sana and Urvashi stand a strong chance. Urvashi’s popularity is huge and Sana has newly acquired a massive fan following.


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