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The Apprentice EXC: Fired Kurran Pooni insists Lord Alan Sugar made the ‘right decision’

Kurran Pooni has admitted Lord Alan Sugar made the right decision in giving him the boot after becoming the latest casualty to leave The Apprentice.

On Wednesday’s edition of the show, the 22-year-old stepped up as Project Manager for the first time in the series, but failed to stun Alan, 71, and his advisers Karren Brady and Claude Littner during an airline advertising task.

The law graduate has revealed he’s embarking on an unlikely career route as he’s set to pursue acting in the near future, sharing his desires to take on villain roles in an interview with MailOnline.

 

Candid: Kurran Pooni has admitted Lord Alan Sugar made the right decision in giving him the boot after becoming the latest casualty to leave The Apprentice

On this week’s show, the candidates were summoned to London’s City Airport, where business magnate Alan set them an airline advertising task.

The hopefuls were required to devise a marketing campaign for a new budget airline, make a thirty second TV advert and design uniform for the brand.

Hitting a bum note, the evictee was called back into the boarding room with Khadija Kalifa and Camilla Ainsworth.

Speaking on his role in the task, Kurran, who has been in the bottom three for three weeks, said: ‘During the task, I got my director’s hat on and I believe I did a stunning job.

 

Oh dear: On Wednesday’s edition of the show, the 22-year-old stepped up as Project Manager for the first time in the series, but failed to stun Alan, 71, and his advisers Karren Brady and Claude Littner during an airline advertising task

‘I’m very grateful Sir Alan Sugar gave me a chance to project manage my own task, and allowed me to be the master of my own fate’, he added.

The task proved to be close to home for the London native as he revealed his father previously launched an airline company, but admitted he didn’t pick up on his skills:

‘I think we can appreciate that starting your own airline and marketing an airline on The Apprentice are two different things. I was only six at the time, so there wasn’t much I picked up on.’

Insisting that he is far from a sore loser, Kurran claimed that Alan made the right decision with his elimination.

 

Tense: On this week’s show, the candidates were summoned to London’s City Airport, where business magnate Alan set them an airline advertising task.

 

Task: The hopefuls were required to devise a marketing campaign for a new budget airline, make a thirty second TV advert and design uniform for the brand

He said: ‘It’s a shame I’ve left The Apprentice at this stage. However, I’m fine. I’m a big boy, I’m not going to cry about it. I had a good run, I could have gone a lot sooner.

‘If the elimination was based on the task, Camilla should have gone with me. However, if it’s based on past performances, with someone like myself who has been in and out of that boardroom for six weeks, then of course I’m the one to leave.’

During the tense boardroom exchange, eco cleaning company owner Khadija, 28, branded the PM ‘argumentative’.

However, Kurran firmly denied the claims as he said: ‘I disagree entirely. I articulate myself quite well, I don’t raise my voice or speak over people, so whoever says I argue is crazy.’

 

Fail: While Alan described him as ‘deluded’ after losing the task, the aspiring actor insisted he ‘likes to look at the positive side of things’.

While Alan described him as ‘deluded’ after losing the task, the aspiring actor insisted he ‘likes to look at the positive side of things’.

He elaborated: ‘I would say that when it comes to creative things, opinions are subjective. Take the Apprentice for example: people watch the same episode, but there’s 500 people that like me and another 500 people who don’t.

‘Opinions vary, and on this occasion, Lord Sugar didn’t like it. I liked it, and I’d probably find a lot of people who liked it too’.

Last week, fired Rick Monk slammed Kurran for being a ‘dead weight’ and for ‘hypnotising’ Alan into giving him a third chance in an interview with MailOnline.

The Apprentice’s latest casualty rubbished the 33-year-old’s comments as he fired back: ‘He’s doing himself a massive disservice by saying that. If I’m dead weight, then what does that make him? He was booted off the show before me!’

 

Staying positive: Kurran said: ‘It’s a shame I’ve left The Apprentice at this stage. However, I’m fine. I’m a big boy, I’m not going to cry about it. I had a good run, I could have gone a lot sooner’

Kurran also touched on his arm fracture, which saw him sustain the injury after a game of arm-wrestling in the third week of the series.

Showcasing his defiant side, he explained: ‘My fracture wasn’t the best thing to happen to me, but I like to look at the positive side of things.

‘I’m the guy who not only broke an arm but broke a 14-year strong record on the series – that’s never happened before.

‘Me being the trooper that I am, I was sent to the hospital, put a cast on and was in the boardroom the next day!

‘There’s nothing that will stop me – whether it’s a broken arm or broken leg. I was on a mission, so before Alan pointed that finger at me and said you’re fired, I wasn’t going anywhere’, he added.

 

Keen to act: The law graduate has revealed he’s embarking on an unlikely career route as he’s set to pursue acting in the near future, sharing his desires to take on villain roles in an interview with MailOnline

He also revealed that he didn’t form a bad opinion on his fellow contestants, and said he respects board members Alan, Claude, 69, and Karren, 49.

‘I respect them all. I was given the opportunity to feature on the TV show, so anyone involved in that, I have respect for, just as I’d expect them to have respect for me.’

Throwing a spanner into the works, Kurran shared his desire to crack into the acting industry, particularly into horror film.

‘I want to be an actor, so I need to demonstrate my skills to the world because I didn’t get to do that on the show. I’m going to use the show to propel my acting career, and I’m seeking representation.

 

Big plans: ‘I want to be an actor, so I need to demonstrate my skills to the world because I didn’t get to do that on the show. I’m going to use the show to propel my acting career, and I’m seeking representation,’ Kurran said

‘Acting is my first love, I didn’t intend to come on the show to elevate my acting career, but if it’s a secondary effect, then I will be more than happy to take on the benefits that come with that.’

Kurran went on to explain his preferred genre: ‘I want to feature in a gritty UK based gangster movie. I would love to play a slick, smooth, hard-to-read villain, I think I could do that well because I have a very serious face I can put on. It’s quite cool.

‘I can’t wait for people to see the first bit that I’m in. When I finally get that villain role, people are going to be so shocked. They will be like, “Who is that guy?”‘, he concluded.

The Apprentice airs on BBC One, Wednesdays at 9PM.

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