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Without much surprise, Prince Narula, of "Roadies" and "Splitsvilla" fame, today emerged the winner of the ninth season of reality show "Bigg Boss" in a star-studded grand finale.
Prince, who was considered a frontrunner for the title since the beginning courtesy his fanbase due to his previous shows, defeated Rishabh Sinha, Mandana Karimi and Rochelle Rao to win the trophy. He takes home cash prize of Rs 35 Lakh.
Actress Katrina Kaif attended the finale of the superstar Salman Khan-hosted show along with Aditya Roy Kapur to promote their upcoming romantic saga 'Fitoor', presented Prince with the winning trophy. The duo also performed on the song 'Pashmina' from the Abhishek Kapoor-directed film, much to the audiences' delight.
This was the second time that Salman greeted his ex-girlfriend on the "Bigg Boss" stage.Katrina first appeared on season four in



2010.
Their meet on the show raised eyebrows also due to Katrina's recent reported break-up from beau Ranbir Kapoor. Salman praised Katrina on her journey from London to Bollywood and how she became a dancer from a non-dancer.
Salman told her the country is in love with her because she's beautiful and talented.
"Katrina, you are one of the strongest women I have ever known," the 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' star said to her. Also present at the finale were eliminated contestants including Kishwer Merchant, Suyyash Rai, Keith Sequeira, Aman Varma, Nora Fatehi and Priya Malik, Giselle Thakral and Yuvika Choudhury.
Actress Mouni Roy, of 'Naagin' fame, performed a romantic dance number with Salman on the title track of his last year's production "Hero".
Mandana's boyfriend, Rochelle, Prince and Rishabh's folks were also in attendance.

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