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Exclusive: Pratik Sehajpal compares Umar Riaz and Tejasswi Prakash after winning hearts

Pratik Sehajpal talks about Umar Riaz and Tejasswi Prakash attacking on him

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Pratik Sehajpal talks about Umar Riaz and Tejasswi Prakash attacking on him

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Pratik Sehajpal talks about Umar Riaz and Tejasswi Prakash attacking on him.

There are so many Bigg Boss contestants who did not bag the trophy or emerged out as a winner but surely won millions of hearts and Pratik Sehajpal is one of them.

Partik Sehajpal was locked inside the house of Bigg Boss 15 for 3 months and before that he did the first ever OTT version of Bigg Boss and in the both the shows Pratik Sehajpal gave his sweat and blood to the show.

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We exclusive spoke to Pratik where he talked about how he felt when Tejasswi Prakash's name was announced as the winner, his equations with Nishant Bhat and Shamita Shetty and many more.

In a chunk of the conversation when we asked Pratik Sehajpal for his opinion about Tejasswi's aggression towards him, Pratik compared her with Umat Riaz, who got evicted for being in a physical fight with Pratik Sehajpal.

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Pratik said, "Honestly Umar ke against bhi maine koi action accept nahi kiya that Bigg Boss se and nahi chahta tha ki koi action liya jaye because sablog mehnat karke aate hai. Toh ek galti agar kisise hoti hai toh maaf kar deni chahiye aur uss ghar Mei everyone loose their calm but ye show hi aisa hai jaha tumhe control rakhna padta hai. Talking about Tejasswi she could have been a little under control and unhone baar baar wohi cheeze kiyi and mere hath pe woh lohe wala mara. Thik hai maine kabhi ye ny bola ki kisiko bahar nikalo show se. Umar ne genuinely woh cheez keliye guilty feel kiya, usne woh cheez accept karke he apologized me also but Tejasswi ne kabhi woh cheez accept hi nahi ki".

Watch the full interview here:

Pratik Sehajpal is so happy to achieve so respect and love from the audience.

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