Actor Sidharth Shukla is hitting headlines even more now, after he marked his entry in Bigg Boss 13. Since then, the actor has garnered a huge fan base around him and his fans love him like crazy. From entertaining fans with his witty and sassy dialogues to his cool dude attitude on the controversial show, and lots more, Sidharth finally bagged the Bigg Boss 13 trophy as well as won many hearts. Now, an old audition video of Sidharth Shukla from his early acting days is grabbing all the attention it needs and his performance is worth watching.
On Instagram, a fan page account shared a video of Sidharth Shukla performing during an audition. The video dates back to Shukla’s young acting days and features him performing in front of the camera. In the video, as soon as the person behind the camera says ‘action’, Sidharth starts his audition. Shukla manages to nail his performance in the video and his dialogue delivery is on point.
In the video, Sidharth Shukla is seen reciting some Shayari's and his performance will remind anyone of his days in the Bigg Boss 13 house, where he often delivered witty and humour-packed lines. As Sidharth performance is filled with humour and swag, he is spotted dressed in a white shirt paired with a black and white zipper. Although the video is quite blurry, a Sidharth Shukla fan cannot fail to recognize him.
Meanwhile, after Bigg Boss 13, on the work front, Sidharth Shukla featuring in the song Bhula Dunga alongside fellow Bigg Boss 13 contestant Shehnaaz Gill. As Sidharth managed to win hearts with his Bhula Dunga music video, the actor is all set to feature in another music video with film Crook actress Neha Sharma. The Bigg Boss 13 winner recently shared the first look of the song. Also Read: Dil Ko Karaar Aaya First Look Poster: Sidharth Shukla-Neha Sharma Look Stunningly Gorgeous Whilst Showing Off Their Chemistry
Image source: Instagram/ Sidharth Shukla
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