Bigg Boss 14 contestant Aly Goni is a strong contender. Though he says he has come as a support for Jasmin Bhasin, there is no denying that Aly Goni has the ammunition to win the show. He is a taskmaster, strategist and someone who can make people laugh. His Yeh Hai Mohabbatein co-star Karan Patel has spoken about how he really wants Aly Goni to win the show. He told SpotboyE, “I think Aly needs to cut off all emotional and romantic angles and play like an individual because you decided to be part of a show to win it, not promote others to the title.” He wants Aly Goni to win the title, and his second preference is Rakhi Sawant.
He also spoke about Aly Goni’s growing seriousness for his relationship with Jasmin Bhasin. He says he is okay with anyone as long as she keeps Aly happy. He told the portal, “I’m happy with whatever makes Aly happy, he is my baby brother and nothing means more to me than his happiness.” On of the conversations that is happening is that Jasmin Bhasin’s family might not agree to the alliance due to the cultural differences. Rahul Vaidya has said that he will convince Jasmin Bhasin’s parents on Aly’s behalf. Karan Patel says, “Aly is charming enough to get the job done by himself.” The actor said he need to not do anything in this respect.
Karan Patel and Aly Goni worked together on the show, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein. He played the role of Raman Bhalla’s (Karan Patel) younger brother, Romi. The bromance was much appreciated on screen. The two have a passion for body-building. Aly Goni has been great friends with Jasmin Bhasin for a while now. We have to see where the relationship goes after Bigg Boss 14 ends.
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