Looks like Asim Riaz and Sidharth Shukla are never going back to being friends. Once great friends on the show, the two had set examples of friendship to everyone else in Bigg Boss 13. They even had fan clubs dedicated to their friendship, however, all of that changed after their fight that turned violent. Ever since, there have been several feuds between them, and have now turned into foes. Even their fan clubs have been divided into two, and they are often trending hashtags on Twitter to support either Sidharth or Asim.
Now, the two once again got in a heated argument recently on Wednesday’s episode and the fight took an ugly turn after Sidharth abused Asim and his family. Now, Asim Riaz Riaz lost his cool over Sidharth Shukla abusing his family and while talking to Rashami Desai and Arhaan Khan, spoke to the cameras and launched into a monologue against Sid. In the video, he can be seen telling that Sidharth was warned against getting physical and speaking up instead. So now, Sidharth speaks what he wants. He also mentions that Sidharth is not the only one suffering, and that he is not the only one unwell on the show. He also says that Sidharth knows that abusing his family would instigate him and makes Asim furious. Check out the video: ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 13: Salman Khan Talks About His Niece Ayat, 'My Birthday Is Not My Birthday Anymore, it is Ayat's'
In other news, Bigg Boss 7 winner Gauahar Khan had also slammed Sidharth Shukla for giving bad words to Asim Riaz’s family. She had tweeted, “I really want Asim's father to go inside the house. I want to see what face will they take and meet him in person.” She also tweeted, “Phir se gharwaalon pe Gaali! Yaar sanchalak khada hai , usmein kya problem hai , itne danke ki chot pe , jaa tere gharwaalon ko di gaali ! Waah waah waah!! apni battle lado yaar, families ko akela chodh do !”
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