`Bigg Boss 7`: Payal Rohatgi roots for beau Sangram`s victory

Last Updated: Friday, December 27, 2013 - 13:31

Mumbai: Actress Payal Rohatgi, whose wrestler-boyfriend Sangram Singh is one of the finalists of `Bigg Boss - Saath 7`, says she wants him to get the maximum votes and win the reality show. Also, she has a New Year resolution to avoid any fights with him.

"I want everyone to vote for him and I would obviously root for my boyfriend. Please vote for him," Payal said here on the sidelines of a rehearsal for a New Year`s Eve performance.

The show`s finale will go on air on Colors Saturday. Sagram Singh is competing with Gauhar Khan, Tanisha Mukherjee and Ajaz Khan for the winner`s trophy.

Whether he wins or not, Sangram will be happy when he comes out of the show as Payal has a special resolution for 2014 and it is totally in his favour.

"My New Year resolution is I will never fight with Sangram. I always fight with him and he patches up. But this time after living away from him for three-and-half months, I`ve realised that I can`t live without him. So, it`s better that I don`t fight with him," Payal said.

Payal and Sangram met on the reality show "Survivor India" in 2011.

Since the last three months, Payal has been concentrating on Sangram`s "Bigg Boss" show, now she wants to concentrate on her own career.

"Lots of things (career wise) should happen now because for the last three months I have been concentrating on Sangramji in `Bigg Boss`. It is a very big and popular reality show, and I was more scared than he was when he was going for it."

"I have been concentrating completely on his show and now I think I should start concentrating on my career also," added the actress, who has been a part of an earlier season of "Bigg Boss".

IANS

First Published: Friday, December 27, 2013 - 13:31

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