Contestants on the popular controversial reality show Bigg Boss, whether commoners or celebrities, have come out of the show with ample fame and received too much love from the audience. Those who are already popular, gain more stardom and extra fame. Bigg Boss 13 contestant Asim Riaz, will definitely be leaving the house with much more popularity and he already has a massive fan following on social media. His loyal fans are often trending hashtags on social media supporting Asim. Given his popularity, it is not surprising to see reports on the Internet suggesting that Asim will be a part of Khatron Ke Khiladi.
Even in the past, we have seen several Bigg Boss contestants such as Sreesanth, Vikas Gupta, Manveer Gurjar, and others participate in Khatron Ke Khiladi. With the experience that they gain performing tasks on Bigg Boss, these contestants mostly tend to fare well on Khatron Ke Khiladi too. Now, a Twitter page The Khabri has reported that Asim Riaz will likely be a part of Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 and that the channel’s team has already approached his brother Umar Riaz in advance. While there is no official confirmation if this report, it will surely be fun to watch Asim on Khatron Ke Khiladi. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 13: #StopPortrayingAsimNegative Trends In India; Asim Riaz's Brother Umar Says 'Halke Main Mat Lo'
Meanwhile, yesterday Asim Riaz's fans were trending #StopPortrayingAsimNegative as Sidharth Shukla’s fans slammed him for talking ill about the Sidharth’s late father. Asim’s brother Umar Riaz supported him and tweeted, "Sid is planning very well to get the dirty side of asim out with paras and mahira but he doesnt know that asim is contained and can control himslf very well and knows when to give back and when to be silent.Tumhare 3vs uska akele ka dimaag kaafi hai. Halke main mat lo! #AsimRiaz."
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