With all our celebrities trying their best to stay at home amid the lockdown, many have been entertaining fans with their amazing TikTok videos. Rashami Desai and Shefali Jariwala have been winning hearts and have also turned into a huge sensation with their TikTok videos, which are nothing but interesting. Now, they have yet another entertainer for all the fans out there. As the former Bigg Boss contestants enjoy some fun and games on TikTok, check out who won the epic face-off between our beauties.
On TikTok, Rashami Desai shared a post captioning it, “#playathome midnight craving for food and after that game session. My life is sorted let’s party. #tranding #rashamidesai.” In the post, Rashami mentioned that she is playing at home and shared about having a midnight craving for food after her game session. Talking about how her life is sorted, in the video, Rashami is spotted playing an epic TikTok game and looks too cute for words.
While Rashami’s is high on game spirit and some midnight snack, Shefali Jariwala shared a video on her TikTok account, captioning it, “#playathome #winnerwinnerchickendinner.” In the video, Shefali looks competitive as she takes on the challenge at home and goes on to say the epic PUBG winning slogan ‘winner winner chicken dinner’, all super happy and excited about her big win on TikTok.
Meanwhile, as our former Bigg Boss contestants entertain us with their TikTok videos, in this face-off game, Rashami loses at 13 points being the Master of the Submarine, while Shefali goes on to acquire 18 points and turns the winner being the King of the Submarine. On the other hand, both Rashami Desai and Shefali Jariwala continue to steal hearts with her charm on TikTok. Also Read: Shefali Bagga Nails The Dramatic Dress Flip Challenge On Shefali Jariwala's Kanta Laga Song - Watch TikTok Video
Image source: Instagram/ Shefali Jariwala, Rashami Desai
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