Bigg Boss 13: Siddharth Dey Leaves Dalljiet Kaur FURIOUS As He Drags Her Son Jaydon In An Argument

With each passing day, Bigg Boss 13 is just getting interesting. Nasty fights inside the house are entertaining the masses. One such recent fight that created havoc inside the house is one between Siddharth Dey and Dalljiet Kaur

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Bigg Boss 13: Siddharth Dey Leaves Dalljiet Kaur FURIOUS As He Drags Her Son Jaydon In An Argument
Salman Khan's Bigg Boss 13 is staying true to its image. Nasty fights are creating havoc inside the house. Every day we have someone fighting with another. Post Shefali dragging Arti Singh's past to win a task, it is SiddharthDey who dragged Dalljiet Kaur's family in an argument to keep his point. It was given that the Punjabi star will get furious and it led to a big fight between the two housemates. It was during the nominations task that he spoke about Dalljiet's son Jaydon.

This time, it was open nominations. Team of three, 1 man and 2 women, was created. The two female contestants had to convince the male contestant to not nominate her. Dalljiet Kaur, Shefali Bagga and Siddharth Dey were in one team. While Shefali said that she had started liking Siddharth, Dalljiet said that she wants to win the show. Siddharth then criticised Dalljiet for ganging up against him along with other contestants of the show. That's when he dragged her family.

Siddharth Dey asked Dalljiet how would she feel if her son Jaydon was cornered and people ganged up against him. This got Dalljiet furious and she yelled at him for dragging her family into the fight. Later, Siddharth apologised to her. However, their fight gave good enough fodder to Bigg Boss makers to bank on.

In the end, Siddharth nominated Dalljiet Kaur and saved Shefali Bagga. Seems there is something brewing between the two. Love is in the air in the Bigg Boss house! 

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