The highly popular reality show, Roadies, has made a comeback with its 19th season. The recent auditions for the new season have taken place, and soon it will be aired on television. A promotional video showcasing glimpses of the auditions has been released. It’s worth noting that Sonu Sood, the Bollywood actor, philanthropist, and host of the previous season, will be returning as the host for this season as well. Joining him as gang leaders for the 19th season are Rhea Chakraborty, Prince Narula, and Gautam Gulati.
Conflicts between the gang leaders are not uncommon in Roadies. Previous seasons have witnessed intense fights between the gang leaders. Recently, there was a reported altercation between Rhea Chakraborty and Prince Narula, which resulted in Rhea refusing to continue shooting. In an interview with Indian Express, Prince Narula disclosed that they had the “worst of all fights” with Rhea and Gautam. He mentioned that understanding each other took time, as the show holds emotional significance for him while for them it’s just a show.
Prince Narula also expressed that the new gang leaders, Gautam Gulati and Rhea Chakraborty, might not fully comprehend the essence of Roadies. Reflecting on his past experiences, Prince Narula emphasized that despite intense arguments, the interactions remained respectful and never crossed personal boundaries. He acknowledged that newcomers on the show need time to adapt to the format and personalities, and he firmly believes in maintaining mutual respect. Prince also admitted missing the original Roadies Gang Leaders – Neha Dhupia, Raftaar, and Nikhil Chinapa. He highlighted that their aggression was driven by their passion for the show, drawing a parallel with how Virat Kohli’s aggression defines him on the cricket field.
As the 19th season of Roadies unfolds, fans eagerly anticipate the excitement and drama that the gang leaders and contestants will bring to the show.