New Delhi, Nov 21 : Former India cricketer Vinod Kambli has been evicted out of the third season of reality show "Bigg Boss" within two weeks of his stay, but he says he still feels like a winner.
"In life, you win some, you lose some. I took this show sportingly. I made friends and stayed calm with everyone. So even though I have lost the show and I'm out of it, I feel like I am a winner, especially because I came out without plotting against anyone," Kambli told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
Former cricketer Vinod Kambli, who entered the Bigg Boss house two weeks back, has been eliminated from the reality show this Friday.
The other contestants in the eviction list were Bhakhtyar Irani, Pravesh Rana, Aditi Govitrikar, Rohit Verma and Claudia Ciesla.
But, Vinod got the least number of audience votes from amongst the other nominated partakers.
Big B, who is hosting Bigg Boos Season-3, declared the final decision.
Kambli looked little disappointed after listening his name as the evicted member of this week.
Ace Bollywood music director Ismail Darbar has been voted out from 'Bigg Boss' house.
The decision was announced by Amitabh Bachchan, the host of Bigg Boss Season 3, on Friday.
Four house inmates voted against Ismail. The three other housemates in the eviction list included Tanaaz, Bakhtiyaar and Vindu Dara Singh.
Ismail wished luck to all other contenders before leaving the house.
New Delhi, Oct 6 : Clad in trendy western clothes, cricketer-turned-actor Vinod Kambli does not fit the mould of an Indian politician. Kambli, though, is more than convinced that his call of "vote for change" would win over the masses in Vikhroli constituency in the Maharashtra Assembly elections.
As Kambli gets ready for his third innings -- now as a politician, Kambli is banking on youth and women to earn his votes.
New Delhi, Oct 5 : Cricketer-turned-politician Vinod Kambli, who is contesting the Maharashtra assembly elections from Vikhroli in Mumbai will ask his childhood friend and Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar to campaign for him.
Kambli said that he would request Tendulkar, who suffered food poisoning in South Africa during the Champions Trophy, to canvass for him.
"At the moment he is not well. I pray to god that he gets well soon," Kambli told IANS. "If he gets well, I will ask him to campaign."
Yet another former Indian cricketer has made it big by entering the filed of politics.
Former India player Vinod Kambli on Thursday filed his nomination to contest the forthcoming assembly polls in Maharashtra.
7-year-old Kambli had filed his nomination papers from Vikhroli constituency.
The former left-handed-batsman traveled in a local train from Sion to Vikhroli to file his nomination along with supporters.
Indian batsman Vinod Kambli has drawn curtains on his cricketing career, saying he has decided to quit from the international cricket on Sunday.
He will continue to make himself available for domestic selection.
The 37-year old cricketer made the announcement at the inauguration of his sports academy - Khel Bharati.
The academy was inaugurated by Indian opening batsman Virender Sehwag.
Kambli's coach, Ramakant Acharekar, who also coached Kambli school-mate Sachin Tendulkar, was also present on this occasion.
Former Indian cricketers denied the allegations of any discrimination during selection of national team by Vinod Kambli as he had stated in a TV show ‘Sach Ka Saamna’ that Sachjn tendulkar and team selectors were unfair to him.
Former Indian captain Ajit Wadekar and former selector and team manager Chandu Borde slammed Kambli for these irresponsible comments on Sachin and team selectors.
Ajit Wadekar said all these allegations on the selectors by Kambli were false, and he may have alleged them due to frustration of early end of his cricketing carrier.
Nagpur, July 18 : Cricketers and childhood friends Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli on Saturday shared stage at a public felicitation event in Nagpur after a recent controversy over strained relations between them.
Tendulkar and Kambli along with their coach Ramakant Achrekar attended the felicitation ceremony named Gaurav Guru Shishyancha, where both the cricketers were feted along with Achrekar.
Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli has turned to safe mode as he has refused to slam the cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar or the Board of Control for Cricket in India
(BCCI) during a TV show on Tuesday.
Kambli rejecting all the reports said that he and Sachin have been good friends and he did not even think about saying something wrong about Sachin.
He added that they have been childhood friends and all the reports published were baseless as my family and Sachin's family have been shocked by this news.