Just like fans, even we are excited to watch tonight’s episode of Bigg Boss 14 Weekend Ka Vaar as we will see the winner of Bigg Boss 13, Sidharth Shukla entering the house and grilling the housemates. While in the earlier promo, we saw the handsome hunk asking sharp questions to Rahul Vaidya and Rubina Dilaik, in the latest promo dropped by the makers, we saw Sidharth Shukla slamming Nikki Tamboli for using the #MeToo card during her argument with Devoleena Bhattacharjee in one of the recent episodes of the controversial reality show. The Broken But Beautiful 3 actor said that earlier Nikki was very entertaining but now she is very boring.
Kya samay ke saath @nikkitamboli ho gayi hain boring?
Dekhiye #WeekendKaVaar aaj raat 9 baje, #Colors par.
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— ColorsTV (@ColorsTV) January 24, 2021
A few days back Rahul Vaidya had compared Abhinav with Sidharth and called him Halka Shukla as he asserted, “Abhinav: nallu… dusro ke mudde mein ghus jaata hai. Rahul: Sonali ji aapne pichla season dekha tha? Unko Sidharth Shukla miila tha aur hume yahan halka Shukla mila hai… This is unfair. (Abhinav: waste… loves to interfere in others’ matters. Rahul: Sonali ma’am, did you watch last season? They got Sidharth Shukla. We got halka Shukla. This is unfair).”
Recently Aastha Chaudhary spoke about Sidharth Shukla, who gave her life lessons and said, “I still remember how Sidharth was very particular about things on the sets. For example, if the contract stated certain working hours, he wouldn’t give extra time. He has always been like that because he is clear about things and likes to follow rules. I was the complete opposite and would often try to convince him to work extra time on the sets or do some scene, which he would disagree with. He gave me a good life lesson, which I remember till today. He told me, ‘Aastha, if you don’t like something, say it on the first day, so that people will adjust around it. But if you adjust first and later complain, then people will think that you are throwing a tantrum.’ We should learn to say ‘no’ and Sidharth has taught me that.”
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