All the Celebs & their PR - who are so eager to help #SiddharthShukla Mom saying she is alone Incase You arnt aware She has two daughters & dont forget #ShehnaazGill They have each other & these women can take care of even You All if need be. Others keep them in Ur Prayers 🙏— Vikas Gupta (@lostboy54) September 4, 2021
Bigg Boss 13 winner and popular actor Sidharth Shukla left for his heavenly abode on September 2, leaving everyone heartbroken and in tears. Amongst his friends, who attended his last rites at Oshiwara crematorium was Vikas Gupta. While many celebs had slammed paps for hounding a sobbing and grief-stricken Shehnaaz Gill (his alleged girlfriend) for pictures during Sidharth’s last rites, Vikas has now lashed out at celebrities who are ‘eager to help’ Sidharth Shukla's mother, Rita Shukla, under the pretext that she's now ‘alone’. Vikas reminded everyone that the late actor’s mother has two daughters and Shehnaaz Gill by her side.
Vikas took to his Twitter to call out celebrities and tweeted, “All the Celebs & their PR - who are so eager to help #SiddharthShukla Mom saying she is alone Incase You arnt aware She has two daughters & dont forget #ShehnaazGill They have each other & these women can take care of even You All if need be. Others keep them in Ur Prayers.”
Earlier, while expressing his grief over the tragic demise of the actor, Vikas Gupta had shared a video featuring him and Sidharth’s happy and candid moments from Bigg Boss 13. Alongside it, he had written, “Whatever happens doesn’t always happen for good - #siddharthshukla #shehnaazgill #sidnaaz Pray for the family and loved ones - Need all the strength to cope up with him going away."
Take a look at Vikas Gupta’s tweet below:
Sidharth Shukla died due to a heart attack at the age of 40. According to a hospital official, the actor was dead when he was brought to Mumbai's Cooper Hospital on Thursday morning. The actor was laid to rest on Friday in the presence of his family, friends and lady love Shehnaaz Gill.
Image Source: Instagram/ VikasGupta/Sidharth Shukla