In an explosive interview, Ankur and his wife, who are known for their controversial ways on The Block, revealed that their relationship with the show’s producers had become strained following Monday night’s episode. As the remaining contestants were getting ready to start their landscaping week, Ankur revealed that their contractor had overcharged them by around $26,000.
During the interview, Ankur was asked why he had not been more accurate in his reports. He and his wife were both visibly offended by the question, with Ankur accusing Keith of damaging his professional reputation.
During an interview with Hit NSW Breakfast this morning, Ankur and his wife, who are still smarting from the incident that occurred on-screen, were both clearly angry. Ankur said that the other contestants who work in the construction industry shouldn’t have their credentials questioned because their houses had issues with plumbing and construction.
Ankur said that he was very upset by the incident that occurred on-screen, especially since Shaz was like a machine that would let them get to the auctions.
He also claimed that he had no idea that their landscaping bill had exceeded their budget.
He said that the show’s producers had been planning on having the landscaping done without the input of the other contestants.
According to Ankur, the producers had been in regular communication with the contractors for several weeks without the other contestants knowing about it.
They then came and asked them about the budget, which Ankur claimed they didn’t see.
He then demanded that the producers show the show’s budget, instead of ambushing him again.
Following Monday’s episode, Ankur and his wife, who are known for their controversial ways on The Block, revealed that their relationship with the show’s producers had become strained.
They also said that they would not be working with the team making the show.
According to Ankur, they are likely not going to be able to renovators after this, so they suggested that the producers not cut off their only source of income, which is their husband’s livelihood in the construction industry.