#BB13 #BiggBoss13— The Reality Review (@webtelworld) February 2, 2020
SCENE GOT EDITED
SK - Shuklaji Aapko Badhshah Kaha Gaya
Kya Kehenge Iske Baare Mein?
Sid - King Hun Yaa Nahi Ye Jantaa Jaanti Hai But Chahe Pyaada Banjau, I Will Always Try To Play Like A Warrior
SK - Bilkul But Ab Sirf Apne Liye Khelne Ka Waqt Aagya Hai
Last night's Weekend Ka Vaar with Salman Khan was pretty interesting. A lot of revelations grabbed eyeballs. From Asim Riaz's girlfriend outside the house to Arhaan Khan's message to Rashami Desai that Himanshi revealed to Asim Riaz and Vishal Aditya Singh, a lot got discussed. Moreover, contestants were given some tags too by Hina Khan. Sidharth Shukla became the Badshah of the House, while Shehnaaz Gill was given the tag of Begum. But it seems, Sidharth's discussion with Salman Khan on becoming a Badshah got cut from the final episode.
The revelation has been made a Twitter handle of Bigg Boss 13's follower. Apparently, Sidharth Shukla told Salman Khan that he will always play like a warrior even if he gets termed as a pawn. Salman then states that the time has come that he starts playing for himself. The conversation goes, "SK - Shuklaji Aapko Badhshah Kaha Gaya Kya Kehenge Iske Baare Mein? Sid - King Hun Yaa Nahi Ye Jantaa Jaanti Hai But Chahe Pyaada Banjau, I Will Always Try To Play Like A Warrior, SK - Bilkul But Ab Sirf Apne Liye Khelne Ka Waqt Aagya Hai."
Sidharth's fans are disheartened with this. A lot of people stated that Sidharth's best conversations get edited. A user wrote, "So they're editing Sid's best convos but letting others degrade him? Hmm. Channel thinks it can fool audience then it's sadly mistaken!" Another one wrote, "Bigboss why always cut down footage of sid? Jyada TRP hajam nahi ho raha kya? @ColorsTV @EndemolShineIND kahi aakhri mod pe show flop na ho jaye. Mind it." Okay then!
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