"He (Sangram) is a very simple person. He believes in god and he thinks that whatever happens, happens for good," Payal said here.
"I hope whatever is good for him, happens. His intention on the show is to do good for everyone. To stay, win or lose is not in anybody's hands. I just hope the audience understands him," she added.
Payal, who participated in the second season of the show in 2008, will be happy if Sangram wins the ongoing season of "Bigg Boss 7".
"He is my boyfriend and obviously I would like to see him as the winner. I just want him to stay nicely in the home," Payal said.
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