Bigg Boss 13 contestants Rashami Desai and Sidharth Shukla can’t stand each other. Even though the two have been starred opposite a TV show as husband and wife, Desai and Shukla take their fight to another level. Many former Bigg Boss contestants and also Weekend Ka Vaar host Salman Khan have called out on them for their unruly behaviour but still, the fights don’t seem to cool down. In the show, Sidharth had used the term ‘aisi ladki’ on Desai and this obviously didn’t go down well with Salman also the fans outside the house. However, he didn’t stop there, he also revealed a past anecdote where Rashami followed him to Goa
Stung by such comments about her daughter, Rashami's mother Rasila Desai opened up about the same while having a conversation with Pinkvilla. In the interview, she was not only furious about Sidharth’s nasty comments but also blasted Mahira Sharma's mom for her remarks too. She was quoted by the portal saying, "Rashami did not hear what Sidharth said about Goa, otherwise she would have given a befitting reply," said Rasila Desai, adding, "Mahira's mom said bedroom tak ki baat', being a woman how can she stoop so low? She shouldn't have said it." Apart from Sidharth, Rashami is now picking up fights with Mahira as well. In one of the episodes, we saw the Dil Se Dil Tak actress fighting with the Naagin actress over rotis, she even says that she doesn't want to consume food from Mahira’s hand as she is a negative person.
However, in the upcoming episode, we are going to see a fight between Shehnaaz Gill and Shukla who receives a slap from Gill after testing her patience. On the other hand, Madhurima Tuli is also seen throwing a shoe on her ex-flame Vishal Aditya Singh and they were then called to confession by Bigg Boss.
Meanwhile, Shefali Bagga was this week’s evicted contestant.
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