Rashami Desai and Sidharth Shukla just can't stop fighting inside the Bigg Boss house. They are considered to be the most powerful contestants of Bigg Boss 13, thanks to the years of work they have done on television. Plus, they come across to be quite opinionated and have a controversial history that's getting them all the footage. They are being touted to be the top finalists of this season but if that happens who will win the show? We can maybe judge this with their social media game.
Both Rashami Desai and Sidharth Shukla have ardent fan followers and one can gauge this with the number of tweets that are made in their name. Sidharth Shukla trends almost daily on Twitter after Bigg Boss 13 show is aired and has an incredible number of followers supporting him. Same is the case with Rashami Desai, who by featuring in TV shows, has curated a great fan base for herself. Sidharth Shukla's official Twitter handle has 165.7k followers so far, while Rashami Desai has 146.9k followers. One must note that Sidharth made his Twitter debut in 2013 while Rashami did it in 2012, yet the former has more number of followers.
This being on Twitter, the case on Instagram is slightly different. Rashami Desai has 2.1 million followers while Sidharth Shukla has 254k followers. However, with more than 1500 posts done on Instagram, it appears that Rashami made her Instagram debut long ago and it is mehnaat of years that she has gained so many followers. On the other hand, Sidharth Shukla made his Instagram debut a few days before entering Bigg Boss.
Going by all the numbers and judging by the trends these two set on social media, it won't be wrong to say that Sidharth Shukla is currently ahead of Rashami Desai when it comes to the social media game. The accounts of both the stars are being handled by their respective teams as of now.
Image Source: Instagram/sidharthshukla/rashamidesai
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