"Awaaz Neeche": 'Roadies' Gang Leaders Rhea Chakraborty, Prince Narula Get Into Heated Argument. Watch Video

MTV Roadies: Looks like, all is not well between Prince Narula and Rhea Chakraborty.

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Written By: Entertainment Desk
Updated: June 28, 2023 | 10:30 IST
Prince Narula and Rhea Chakraborty
MTV Roadies: Looks like, all is not well between Prince Narula and Rhea Chakraborty.

'MTV Roadies' is well and truly underway and the show is heating up. In the 19th season of the ongoing hit reality TV show, Prince Narula, Gautam Gulati and Rhea Chakraborty are serving as gang leaders, and this week, former Shark Tank India judge Ashneer Grover will be showing up, and all the three gang leaders will try to create a lasting first impression on him.

As the trio try to impress Ashneer Grover, Prince Narula and Rhea Chakraborty would end up being involved in a heated argument.

"Aap mujhe mat batao ki mujhe apne baare me nahi pata hai. Mujhe apne baare me sab pata hai, aur nahi sunungi main," Rhea Chakraborty tells Prince Narula.

Replying to her, Prince Narula said: "Me aapse tameez se baat kar hoon," and to this Rhea Chakraborty shuts him down by saying: "Awaaz neeche."

Watch the video here:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Gautam Gulati tried to impress Ashneer Grover by saying: "Mai delhi se hoon, aap bhi delhi se hai to saath me partnership karte hai," and to this former Shark Tank India judge said: "To sarkar thodi na banani hai."

For the unversed, this is not the first time that Prince Narula and Rhea Chakraborty have been at loggerheads. As per India Today report, the duo had a huge fight on the sets of MTV Roadies. 

As per India Today, Prince Narula had allegedly spoken disrespectfully to Rhea and he even threatened her, forcing Rhea to complain to the crew about his behaviour.

Prince Narula had earlier opened up about his equation with fellow MTV ‘Roadies 19’ gang leaders, Gautam Gulati and Rhea Chakraborty.

Talking to the Indian Express, he had said: "Unko mujhe samajhne mein, and mujhe unhe samajhne mein time laga. This is just a show for them but it’s an emotion for me. Earlier, we would have the worst of fights but no one got personal. We were so involved that we would get loud but that never meant we were disrespectful towards each other.”

Prince Narula added, “The new ones on the show would take time to adapt to the format and the personalities. However, I have always believed in mutual respect, and would do so. Baaki unko samajhna padega yeh show hai kya.”

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