The battle between ‘MTV Roadies’ leaders, Prince Narula and Gautam Gulati, shows no signs of cooling down. While Prince has been a dominant force on the show, Gautam seems to excel in the art of trash-talking, dubbing Prince an “amateur” without a “real backbone.”
It all began with Prince calling Gautam “flop” and “naklee” (fake), to which Gautam responded by dismissing him as a “junior” in their verbal sparring. However, Gautam took it up a notch when he questioned Prince’s accomplishments beyond ‘Bigg Boss,’ asking what else he had achieved. Prince retorted that he wasn’t stuck in the ‘Bigg Boss’ world like Gautam.
Their heated exchange disrupted the vote-outs, which were being announced by Sonu Sood. Although the altercation remained verbal, it escalated to the point where it threatened to turn into a no-holds-barred brawl had they not been restrained.
Leaders often have their differences, but this feud reached a boiling point, even bringing the game to a halt. After the altercation, Prince labeled Gautam “third grade,” but Gautam swiftly dismissed him as unworthy of his time.
Tensions escalated further as Prince removed his jacket, flexed his muscles, and seemed ready for a physical confrontation. Gautam, unimpressed, questioned if Prince was trying to model his muscles, leading to a heated exchange.
In the game, Prince has taken the lead with his strategic approach, but Gautam is not far behind, having secured victories through his unique tactics.
‘MTV Roadies: Karm Ya Kaand’ is currently airing on MTV and JioCinema, providing viewers with intense drama and fierce competition.