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Bigg Boss 13: Why Sid-Rashami's friendship went kaput

By NAMRATA THAKKER
February 13, 2020 13:52 IST

Rajat Sharma's intense interrogation of the contestants continue in the Bigg Boss house.

After wrapping up with Rashami Desai, Paras Chhabra and Asim Riaz, Sidharth Shukla takes the hot seat.

He's asked about his aggression, arrogance and what actually went wrong between Rashami and him.

Sid admits to having temper issues but states that he has never initiated a fight or gotten physical first.

As for pushing Asim 'eight times' in the show, Sid clarifies that he always pushed him only after Asim nudged him.

Despite the animosity between the two, Sid maintains that he shares the deepest bond with Asim in the house.

 

 

On the other hand, Sid calls Rashami a liar but that he was very fond of her initially, when they started working together on a television show.

Things turned ugly when an article came out in the media, which highlighted Sid in a bad manner and misquoted him.

Shukla got upset and has maintained a distance from Rashami since then.

Desai also stopped communicating with him and their friendship eventually went kaput.

Shukla admits that he took the help of Arti to get in touch with Rashami, as he wanted to sort things out before entering the Bigg Boss house.

He says that he is living in the house with Rashami without any trouble at the moment and doesn’t think much about what happened in the past.

 

After he makes his exit, Shehnaaz Gill, Arti Singh and Mahira Sharma grace the hot seat and try their best to clear all allegations.

Gill makes it clear that she wants to stay in touch with Sid outside the house while Arti calls him 'logical' and that any girl would blush seeing Shukla, as he is very good looking.

Mahira maintains that she is just good friends with Paras and is not in the show only because of him. She adds that she would be happy if Paras or Sidharth won the show.

NAMRATA THAKKER / Rediff.com
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