The aggression level in Bigg Boss 13 is raising its bar with each passing episode. While Sidharth Shukla and Asim Riaz are screaming at the top of their lungs, on the other hand, all the contestants are simply breaking each and everyone’s house during the luxury budget task. With so much violence and aggression towards one another in this reality show, there are people who are tuning in to watch Bigg Boss 13 even though they aren't an ardent fan of the show. Well, there’s another person who doesn’t watch Bigg Boss and she is Shweta Tiwari who was the winner of the fourth season of this reality show.
Recently, during a recent event, Shweta Tiwari was quoted saying that she doesn’t watch Bigg Boss 13 because of her son Reyansh. She said, "No I'm not. I don't have time to watch it. Secondly, when do I watch it. I have a kid at home, in front of him I can't turn it on. If someone talks loudly in front of him, he asks me 'Aapko daanta?' He gets scared. I don't want him to see all of that. Also whenever the TV is on and there's no Doraemon on it, he won't let anyone watch TV. So it's no point."
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Meanwhile, Shweta Tiwari, who shot up to the fame by portraying Prerna Sharma in Ekta Kapoor’s 2001 series, Kasautii Zindagii Kay, will soon be starring in a new show, titled, Mere Dad Ki Dulhan which will air on Sony TV.
However, the show had to go through legal trouble when a Punjabi producer filed a plagiarism case on the makers of the show. But the judgment is out and the makers have come out emerging victorious when the verdict was on their favour.
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