Bigg Boss 9 winner Prince Narula talks about life after winning show; says 'Hume tab pyaar mila jab Instagram nahi tha'

In a recent podcast with Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa, Bigg Boss 9 winner Prince Narula talks about his stardom after winning the reality show. Read to know more!

Updated on Apr 24, 2024  |  01:05 PM IST |  57.5K
PC: Prince Narula's Instagram
PC: Prince Narula's Instagram

Prince Narula, popularly recognized as the king of reality shows, has emerged as a winner of many non-fictional shows due to his strong personality. His outshining win in Salman Khan’s biggest reality show Bigg Boss 9 had garnered him immense love and respect from his fans. 

In a recent podcast of Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa, Prince Narula opened up about how his life has changed, after winning Bigg Boss 9. 

Prince Narula’s life after winning the show

In a recent podcast episode of Bharti TV, when Haarsh Limbachiyaa asked Prince Narula about his experience of stardom after winning the Bigg Boss 9, he narrated an incident from the finale day, right before the announcement of the winner. 

Elaborating it he recalled an incident when stepped out of the house, the entire colony on the right side, who watches Bigg Boss, came out to see the winners, while he was heading towards the stage, a thousand or two people, who had climbed up the walls, were screaming: Prince, which certainly made him realise that he had won this season. 

Looking at the audience’s love for Prince, Rishabh Sinha said, “Jeet gaya tu (You won the show).”


Prince on how audience love was genuine before Instagram 

In Bharti Singh’s podcast, Narula further shed light on how the audiences’ affection was genuine earlier than what it is today, as he said, “Hume logo ne tab pyaar kiya hai jab Instagram nhi tha. To wo jo pyaar tha wo zada deep tha (The public has showered their love on us when Instagram did not exist. Therefore, that love was deep).” 


The Splitsvilla 8 winner expressed that he has been still receiving immense love and affection from his fans, even years after the conclusion of the show, wherever he goes. The model/actor said he has been accepted in a way that not only the youth but families also attend his shows, which often amazes him. 

Prince talks about the reality show fame 

The MTV Roadies X2 winner shared his views on the fame received from a reality show. Elaborating he said, “Reality show ka fame bahut chota hai (Reality show's fame is very short-lived)." Accoring to him, people get replaced within six months and someone else takes their place. Further, he said that to maintain the stardom of that show, one has to run and never look back again.

More about Prince Narula

Prince was recently seen extending his support towards the Bigg Boss 17’s contestant, Munawar Faruqui. In his support, he wrote, “I know Munawar very well. He is a good person and never disrespects anyone. We stand with Munawar.” 

On the personal front, Prince Narula exchanged wedding vows with his fellow contestant from Bigg Boss 9, Yuvika Chaudhary

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