Status: Housemate - Entered BB15 on Day 40 - Finished sixth in BB15
Series: Big Brother 15
Pav finished sixth in Big Brother 2014.
• ‘Cheeky, resourceful and tactile’ ladies’ man, Pav, comes from an affluent background and has a traditional Sikh family. He is keen to educate the world on Sikhism and ‘show them that Sikhs are liberal loving people who know how to have fun.’
• Pav says he has come from a ‘good, honest and hardworking background’ and has been taught to respect everyone. He has been taught to ‘stand my ground, protect my religion and always stand up for myself.’
• Due to his beliefs, Pav has never cut his hair and has always worn a full turban when out socially. Although he has traditional values, his beliefs are modern and he ‘won’t have an arranged marriage, but will marry someone I love and care for no matter what religion they are.’
• He currently lives with his family and enjoys living at home. He wouldn’t have it any other way, ‘we’re one big team, and my family mean everything to me.’
• Pav works for the family business in property where he is equal partners with his dad and uncle. He describes it as his dream job but feels he needs a ‘fit secretary who doesn’t mind a quickie in the photo-copy room’.
• He is currently single although he hasn’t been for very long. His ex was his best friend from university but they split up because they were more friends than girlfriend and boyfriend. He says, ‘Put a few hot girls the house please, you can’t wa*k over a personality”
• Pav likes girls that are short, fun and fit and says, ‘I’m a shallow man, looks are important to me and a strong fashion sense’. He’s not looking for love in the house but if he’s interested in someone he won’t hide his feelings and will try it on.
• Pav gets on well with fun, level-headed people. He thinks he would get on particularly well with Mark as he is always looking for fun. He calls himself a prankster and says he is always causing mischief.
• Pav is 100% certain that he will win the show because he’s genuine and he will be doing it for the Sikhs.