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Bigg Boss 13: Mahira Sharma calls Sidharth Shukla 40-year-old ‘buddha’; Twitterati boo’s her

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 7 November 2019, 14:47 IST
Mahira Sharma

Colors most controversial show Bigg Boss 13 is becoming interesting day by day with all the drama that contestants are creating. The show has now turned into a battlefield with everyone is fighting with each other sometimes for no reason also. After the first finale, Sidharth Shukla and Asim Riaz are seen indulging into a heated argument with Arhaan Khan, Paras Chhabra and Mahira Sharma.

However, these fights always churn out the Janani and age shaming topics which has hurt not just the female contestants but also the male contestant. Recently during the BB Delivery task, Mahira Sharma and Paras Chhabra age shamed Sidharth by calling him 40-year ka buddha. Also, a comment was passed on his age after the nasty fight that “40 saal ka buddha hogya hai lekin ladkiyon sai baat karne ki tameez nahi hai” After hearing this Twitterati has come out in support of Sidharth and are cursing Mahira for such nasty comment.

Gauahar Khan who was recently seen on Bigg Boss’ sets tweeted “I swear I’m so tired of listening to ladki waali harkat, janaani n all that nonsense ! By ALL , let me clear ! Also hate that 40 saal ka buddha ya buddhi concept ! Age is just a number ! Ppl r superstars even at 75 ! Shame on this mentality!”


Another user wrote, “Hey loser #MahiraSharma, #SiddharthShukla is not an old man. Stop age shaming him. You also will get to that age someday & I highly doubt you will even have half the achievement he has. You are a nobody #MahiraKaun.”

Check out the threads of tweets by his fans:


Twitter has become one such destination to voice his/her opinion whether its criticizing a person or its about appreciating and Bigg Boss 13 is anew victim to it. 

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First published: 7 November 2019, 13:52 IST