Gauhar Khan poses with the Bigg Boss 7 reality television series trophy in Mumbai yesterday.
Mumbai: Model-turned-actress Gauhar Khan yesterday won the seventh season of Bigg Boss and took home the prize money of Rs50 lakh and the trophy. She said now her aim is to attain superstardom in showbiz.
Gauhar, seen in films like Game and Ishaqzaade, wishes to gain superstardom after the show. “I wish this platform helps me gain superstardom. There is a very different feeling when people start calling you a superstar. And that’s what I want,” Gauahar said.
The grand finale was held at Lonavala, a hill station near Mumbai, where the Bigg Boss house was put up. This is the fourth consecutive season that a woman has been crowned the winner after Shweta Tiwari, Juhi Parmaar and Urvashi Dholakia winning the fourth, fifth and sixth seasons respectively.
In the final round, the competition was between Gauhar and Tanisha. And their mothers were at the venue to support them. Other finalists, who were vying for the title, were Ajaz Khan and wrestler Sangram Singh. The grand finale turned out to be an extravagant affair with entertaining performances by Salman and the contestants.
Funnyman VJ Andy too took to the stage to entertain the audience with his performance on the title track of Besharam. He was accompanied by Sangram and Ajaz. Even love birds, Tanisha-Armaan and Gauahar-Kushal Tandon’s romantic act was shown at the gala. The seventh season of the show went on air on September 15 on Colors. It started with 14 celebrities, and later, five additional celebrities made wild card entries at different points during its run.
Unlike the other seasons, this time the house was initially divided into heaven and hell sections where the contestants were treated differently. Another living space called the Caravan, a motor vehicle, was introduced in the show. The season also saw Salman being blamed by the contestants as well his fans for being biased towards some of the contestants, including Tanisha. IANS