'Sidharth Shukla made Bigg Boss What It Is Today; He’ll Live On Forever,' Says Payal Rajput - EXCLUSIVE

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The news of Bigg Boss 13 contestant, Sidharth Shukla passing away has sent shockwaves across the industry. While many actors and fans are disturbed with this news, RX 100 fame actress, Payal Rajput sheds lights on the positive impact he had on the people around him, and how his legend will live forever.


Talking about the actor, Payal says, “Sidharth Shukla is hands down, one of the best contestants that Bigg Boss has ever witnessed. He made Bigg Boss what is it today and he’ll live on forever in our hearts. He has positively influenced countless people just by being himself." ALSO READ: Bigg Boss OTT Pays Heartwarming Tribute To Sidharth Shukla; Host Karan Johar Gets Emotional As He Remembers The Late Actor -WATCH


She further adds, “Not many people have the courage to completely be themselves on the national television, but he showed us what it is to be human in the truest essence. It’s not always rainbows and sunshine, there’s also thunderstorms and rains. And that’s probably why people connect so much with him." ALSO READ: Vikas Gupta Slams Celebs For Calling Late Sidharth Shukla’s Mother 'Alone'; Says ‘She Has Two Daughters And Shehnaaz Gill’



We’re sure Sidharth’s loved ones and fans will agree with Payal. The pretty actress is currently shooting in Hyderabad, and has a couple of films in her kitty. It looks like 2021 will be a lucky for Payal with her web series, 3 roses, and other projects releasing around the same time this year.







Image source: Instagram/realsidharthshukla/rajputpaayal


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