Mayhem in Bigg Boss house after Rashami Desai accused of planting fake news about Siddharth Shukla’s romantic relationship with Aarti Singh


Aarti Singh and Rashami Desai had a heated argument after the former accused the latter of planting fake news about her and Siddharth Shukla. Rashami reacted angrily saying there was no truth in the allegations and she had no role in planting any news about Siddharth’s romantic relationship with Aarti Singh.

Rashami Desai

Aarti Singh is the sister of The Kapil Sharma Show’s comedian-actor Krushna Abhishek.

Five housemates, all belonging to Rashami Desai’s team, named Siddharth Shukla and Asim Riaz to go to jail. Four people from and including Siddharth Shukla had selected Devoleena Bhattacharjee and Shefali Bagga for the same. Since more housemates had voted in favour of Siddharth and Asim, both of them had to be escorted to the jail by Rashami.

While inside the jail, Arti Singh shared her fantasy that she always wanted to recreate the famous song from Aamir Khan-starrer Dil, where a song was picturised on him and Madhuri Dixit when he was inside the jail. Obliging Aarti, Asim agreed to play Aamir Khan’s character as he held the former’s hand and both sang ham pyar karne waale. Asim later said that he felt great since this was first time he had been able to hold a girl’s hand inside the house. He, however, lamented that the opportunity to hold a girl’s hand had arisen when he was locked behind bars.

Bigg Boss on Wednesday night announced that Shefali Zariwala will be the fourth wild card contestant to enter the reality show after Tehseen Poonawalla, Hindustani Bhau and Khesari Lal Yadav. Tehseen, Hindustani and Khesari are likely to get involved in the reality show from Thursday.

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