Big Boss 13: Contrary to reports, Sidharth Shukla wasn’t evicted rather he was sent to ‘Secret Room’

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Published by Amrit Santlani on 06 Nov 2019

As Big Boss season 13 continues to serve up more and more drama to its audiences, the controversies surrounding the show refuses to slow down. In the latest series of episodes, one of the most popular contestants, Sidharth Shukla, who is a famous Bollywood and television actor was evicted as per the makers’ precap episode video.

Sidharth was part of the captaincy task, ‘BB transport services’ in which he apparently behaved violently with fellow contestant Mahira Sharma. After this incident, Big Boss intervenes and says, “Jis prakaar Sidharth ne josh mei chheena-jhapti ki wo saraasar nindneey hai aur dand swaroop Bigg Boss khud Sidharth ko ghar se beghar karte hain!”

Mahira then thanks Big Boss for the supposed elimination but the drama doesn’t end there. As per reports, Sidharth wasn’t eliminated, but instead, he will join fellow evicted contestants Rashami Desai and Devoleena Bhattacharjee in the secret room.

Since then, there have been numerous reports emerging on social media, some in support of Sidharth while others slamming his behaviour inside the house. After the news of Sidharth’s supposed elimination spread, his fans started trending hashtag ‘We Support Sid Shukla’.

For this week’s task, the six wild card contestants of the show, namely, Arhaan Khan, Vikas Fhatak(aka Hindustani Bhau), Himanshi Khurana, Shefali Jariwala, Tehseen Poonawalla, Khesari Lal Yadav were divided in two teams, team Paras and team Asim. The result of this task will directly affect next week’s captaincy, as Arti Singh remains the current captain of the house.

The news that Sidharth Shukla is still part of the game was confirmed by the ‘The Khabri’ handle on twitter that provides unknown updates about the Big Boss house. Indeed Big Boss season 7 contestant Kamya Punjabi too tweeted about the same and it seems the show makers do not want Sidharth to get eliminated as of yet.

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