MTV Roadies 19: Karm Ya Kaand is captivating audiences with its signature blend of tasks, gang leader disputes, and fierce gang rivalries. While tasks and squabbles among contestants are par for the course each season, this season has escalated into a heated tug-of-war primarily between Gang Leaders Prince Narula and Rhea Chakraborty, as well as Gautam Gulati and Prince. The latest episode witnessed an intense showdown between Gautam and Prince, leaving viewers both intrigued and divided.

The Catalyst: “Tu Kaunsa Tees Maar Khan Hai?”

The clash ignited when Gautam Gulati was providing instructions to his gang members and Prince Narula interjected. Gautam sternly directed his gang to refrain from speaking as he had something to convey. In response, Prince quipped, “Yes, because Gautam won’t let anyone talk.” This statement irked Gautam, who retorted, “Can’t you allow me to speak for once? Prince, I’m addressing my gang, not you.” Prince swiftly fired back, “I’ll speak for myself, and you’re no one to stop me. Tu kaunsa Tees Maar Khan hai mujhe rokne wala?” The charged exchange highlighted the brewing tension between the two gang leaders.

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Gautam Gulati Speaks Out

In a candid conversation with IndiaToday, Gautam Gulati shared insights into his clash with Prince Narula. Reflecting on his experience, he expressed, “I have been in the industry for a considerable time. I hold a senior position compared to him. However, one cannot demand respect from another. If the other person chooses not to respect you, that’s alright; it’s their prerogative. Ultimately, it’s the audience who decides whom they want to respect.” Gautam emphasized that he has never harbored animosity towards Prince. “I have told him that he’s like a younger brother. Let’s set aside our differences for the show’s sake and collaborate positively. Unfortunately, it didn’t play out that way. I endured constant provocation throughout the show. Despite this, I maintained my composure, understanding his youthful nature. I hoped he’d mellow down. We did have a patch of camaraderie in one episode, but that didn’t last. Even now, I want to dispel any misconception that I am against him. That has never been the case,” concluded the seasoned gang leader.

MTV Roadies 19 airs every Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m., with streaming available on JioCinema for on-demand viewing.