Gauhar Khan wins Bigg Boss 7
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Model-turned-actress Gauahar Khan won the seventh season of reality show 'Bigg Boss' on Saturday night, pipping co-contestant Tanishaa Mukherjee.
Gauahar, who won Rs 50 lakh in cash and a trophy, stayed in the house for 104 days.
"I Thank family for support. I am big fan of the show. I did not expect to come so far... till the finale," said Gauahar, who had won critical acclaim for her role in the film 'Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year' (2009).
During her stint on the show, Gauahar's romance with fellow contestant Kushal Tandon caught everyone's attention and the two openly declared their love for each other.
"They are strong personalities, if they know each other better... They could have been better friends," Gauahar's sister Nigar Khan said.
Last season, television actress Urvashi Dholakia had won the show. In the past, small screen actresses Juhi Parmar and Shweta Tiwari have come out on top in the show.
Tanishaa won hearts with her dignity and calmness and hardly instigated fights. She made headlines for her closeness to ex-inmate Armaan Kohli.
"I did not expect so much love. It was an unbelievable experience. I took a risk and it paid off. I made good relations on the show," Tanishaa said.
"I am happy to see my mother here. I love you a lot and missed you," she said.
Tanishaa's mother, Tanuja, who was also present for the finale, appeared emotional.
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