Prince Narula is a renowned name in the TV industry and an inspiration for lakhs of Indian youth. He is a man with a golden heart and never willing to lose attitude.
He started with his career in 2014 by participating in PTC Punjabi’s Mr Punjab, where he obtained the second runner up position. But this was just the starting he then participated in MTV Roadies X2 and was declared as the winner. He is a lady’s man who participated in Splitsvilla 8 the same year and emerged out as the winner for the second time. Narula did not stop there and took part in Colors TV’s show “Big boss 9“, and completed his hat trick as the winner. He was immensely supported by his fans on the BB9, and he gained more fame through it.
Prince has also acted in “Badoo Baho’s” tv show and also made his digital debut with Zee5’s “Bombers” web series. He aspires to work in the film industry. He has also worked as a gang leader in tv show Roadies on MTV.
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Prince is known for being rebellious on the field, but he also proved that “he has a delicate heart too” when he fell for his lady love Yuvika Chaudhary whom he met on the reality show Big Boss 9. Fans were delighted to see their chemistry on the show. He then participated with Yuvika on the Star Plus show Nach Baliye 9.
He is a non-dancer, but that did not demotivate him instead with his faith in love, he and his partner Yuvika won the show. It’s very unusual to see relationships made in reel life work in real life, but that isn’t the case with Prince and Yuvika, both embarked their way to marriage and finally tied the knot on October 12, 2013.
A small token of love which he gave to his beloved was changing his username on Instagram to “Prince Yuvika Narula”which might be a small thing for many of us, but it is remarkable, as it is very uncommon to see a guy changing his username and adding her wife’s name to their name after marriage.
Prince has been always accused of gaining the stardom by chance, but with the hard work he has showcased that it wasn’t just destiny, it was his perseverance and persistence that made him win not one, not two, but four consecutive shows as rightly said by him “Tukka ek baar lagta hai chaar-chaar baar nahi!”