Bigg Boss OTT

Bigg Boss OTT: Evicted contestant Karan Nath REVEALS who according to him will win the show, find out here!

 

Karan Nath, widely known for his role in the Bollywood film Yeh Dil Aashiqana, recently appeared in the controversial reality show Bigg Boss OTT. However, his voyage came to an end after two weeks, when show presenter Karan Johar announced his and Ridhima Pandit’s expulsion from the house on ‘Sunday Ka Vaar.’

Karan spent time inside with his housemates and gained a thorough understanding of them. We asked him who, in his opinion, deserves to win the reality programme this time around.

While discussing who he believes will take home the trophy this time, he says, “I think Divya Agarwal. She is smart and knows the game really well. She has been part of reality reality shows and won them also. She is a strong contender and deserves to win the show.”

“Raqesh is a very good human being. I will really happy if anyone between them lifts the trophy”, added Karan.

In the game, Karan Nath and Divya got along swimmingly. In the same interview, he discussed his relationship with Divya Agarwal and his friendship with Ridhima, saying “Divya is such a sweetheart. She was someone I connected with the most inside the house. Our connection was a brother-sister bond. She used to keep having fun with me. [For] Ridhima, I could say can be a really good friend. She is an honest, simple girl.”

“If I talk from the game’s perspective, maybe we two together could have done a few things better. I am sure we must have lacked somewhere because of which we had to come out. But I used to feel that if you are a good human being and will play with honesty you will definitely win the show. But here you have to do a lot more things and I didn’t want to compromise on being a good person. I have no regret of coming out and I am having a good time with my family,” Karan revealed further.

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