With the finale of Bigg Boss 13 inching closer, the game between the contestants is getting tougher day-by-day. In the meantime, when Salman Khan arrived during the last Weekend Ka Vaar episode, the contestants enjoyed their last days of fame in the Bigg Boss 13 house. As it was Sidharth Shukla’s mother's birthday, during the Bigg Boss 13 Weekend Ka Vaar episode, Salman Khan sent Birthday wishes to the lady on national television. In the video, Salman also added that he hopes that Sidharth gets a good daughter-in-law for his mother, leaving everyone in splits.
On Instagram, a fan club shared an interesting video of Salman Khan and Sidharth Shukla's conversation during the Weekend Ka Vaar episode. The video has Sidharth sitting with the rest of the housemates, while they have a conversation with Salman through the TV in the house. In the video, Shukla is seen making Salman recall what he said in the past about their mothers. Sidharth mentions to Salman how he once said, “Aapki Maa meri Maa, Meri Maa aapki Maa.” Also Read: Bigg Boss 13: Asim Riaz's International Fan John Cena Is Rooting For Him With Full Power; Himanshi Khurana Is Thrilled
Later, in the video, Sidharth makes Salman recall his words and states that it is his mother's birthday. Salman then goes on to wish Sidharth’s mom on National television and sends the lady lots of love and blessings. Known for his sense of humor, Salman also goes on to add that hope Sidharth gets a good daughter-in-law, i.e., ‘Bahu’ for his mother soon.
For the unversed, Sidharth Shukla’s mom entered the house during the family week and was heard advicing him to wear proper clothes, and not show off his legs. Meanwhile, as Salman Khan sends out a heart-warming Birthday message to Sidharth’s mom, several other contestants including Arti Singh and others wished the actor’s mother.
Image source: Instagram/ Sidharth Shukla, Salman Khan
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