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Manveer Gurjar wins Bigg Boss season 10, donates half of his prize money to charity
On Sunday night, Manveer Gurjar, the desi lad from Haryana, who had won the hearts of millions of Indians with his honesty and dedication towards friends, was declared the winner of Bigg Boss season 10.

Leaving behind Bani J, who has a huge fan following, Manveer surged ahead with the support of not only the aam aadmi of the country but also from a few celebrities. Bani J finished as the first runner-up of Bigg Boss 10.

After Manveer lifted the Bigg Boss 10 trophy, his father made a surprise announcement that his son would donate half of his prize money of Rs 40 lakh to charity. Manveer's father said, "We will donate half of the prize money to Salman Khan's organisation Being Human."

In the meanwhile, Manveer said that the win had not changed him even a bit and he would always remain the same desi banda. After he was announced as the winner of Bigg Boss 10, he said, "After I won, people have been praising me. They are taking my photos and shouting my name everywhere. People are making me feel like a star but I am still a desi banda inside."

Bani J was unhappy but gracious on finishing second to Manveer in one of India's biggest TV reality shows. She told the media that there was no strategy in a show like Bigg Boss. She said, "It was difficult and harrowing and it is easy to lose your motivation in a show like Bigg Boss."

Lopamundra Raut, who finished third in the show was a little upset. She said, "I am slightly disappointed thinking that thinking that I could have won. But I feel like a winner as I was in the final three."

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