Nauman Sait-MTV Connected
Roadies 6.0 winner Nauman Sait and his twin Salmaan lost the connection and were eliminated in the last episode of MTV connected. Following are the excerpts from the conversation we had after elimination.
[ReviewAZON asin=”B000000HJD” display=”inlinepost”]After winning one reality show you lost the other, how are you feeling?
Winning and losing is part of the game. One should bear defeat without losing heart like a true sportsman. Mike Tyson not necessarily will win all the boxing matches but he is the champ. Same goes for Nauman Sait! I’m an optimist and I will be back in wild card in wilder way.
How was the experience on the show MTV Connected?
This show is all about being connected with your twin. You can survive even if you are dumb. All I can say is that this show is about connection and roadies was about potential.
Out of these two, which show you enjoyed the most?
I enjoyed both but as Roadies involved so many things like traveling, intense task and mind games, everyday chilling out etc, it was more fun.
You have done two shows with Raghu and Rajeev, what significant dissimilarity you have notice between them?
Raghu is intense, serious and induces fear in you but Rajeev is calmer, relaxed and has good sense of humour.
Is it myth or truth that if we beat one, other feels the pain?
It is all myth, nothing of that sort happens. Yeah but one twin can understand the other one better than anyone else can, because they both are born together and live with each and every day. As they grow with the same phase of life they have better understanding about each other.
How is life after Roadies?
It’s like I am living a dream. I have been receiving appreciation from all over through networking sites.
What do you have to say about people holding grudges that lead to controversies even after the show is over?
They should understand that a reality game show is different from a real life. True sportsman leaves behind everything after the game is over.
Are you in touch with Tamanna?
I and Tamanna are still good friends.
What did you do with the prize money?
I want to use it carefully so I haven’t spent it.
What are your future plans?
I am flooded with offers of South Indian films, endorsements, music videos but I haven’t taken any. I want to take it slow, so as to begin with some quality work.