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Nauman is Roadies top gun

Nauman Sait emerged as the winner of Roadies: Hell Down Under. Nauman talks to Namya Sinha about his gameplan and what it feels to be the last man standing.

tv Updated: Apr 27, 2009 16:15 IST
Namya Sinha
Namya Sinha
Hindustan Times

After a wildcard entry and beating everyone by surviving all the tough tasks thrown his way, Nauman Sait emerged as the winner of the

MTV Hero Honda Roadies: Hell Down Under

. Speaking to

HT City

, Nauman talks about his gameplan and what it feels to be the last man standing. <b2>

“I feel on top of the world,” he says, exhilarated. “This was the most amazing experience I’ve had. It’s so funny... everyone now wants to be my friend.” Talking of friends, we ask, what went wrong with Tamanna? She accused Nauman of using her. “Tamanna and I are good friends,” he says.

“Things happen in every relationship. We were together throughout Roadies.”
Everyone was stunned when Nauman chose Palak over Poulomi for one of the tasks. “Frankly, I am allergic to Palak,” says Nauman. “Can’t stand the girl. But I have always been a smart player on Roadies.

Choosing Palak was a smart move as she was a better contender than Poulomi and I wanted respect by defeating the better one. Also, defeating Palak gave me that extra kick because she was my enemy.” He was also called effeminate by some, but Nauman counters, “My niceness was taken in the wrong way... just because I don’t abuse like men these days.” His toughest competitors? “Sufi, Samrat and Kiri.”

Now, Nauman hopes to be a reality TV star. “Any good offers and I’m game.”

First Published: Apr 27, 2009 16:08 IST