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Bigg Boss 13: 'My Winner Is Asim', Says A Disappointed Gauahar Khan Over Sidharth's Win

'Bigg Boss 13' has found it's winner in Sidharth Shukla. However, it seems like former BB winner Gauahar Khan was not happy with the decision. Read to know more

Bigg Boss 13

The grand finale of Bigg Boss 13 concluded with actor Sidharth Shukla being declared as the winner of the show. He has defeated co-contestant and model Asim Riaz. Sidharth won the Bigg Boss 13 trophy and a cash prize of Rs 40 lakh. After announcing Sidharth as the winner, host Salman Khan congratulated him, and also clicked a selfie with him, and first runner up, Asim.

It seems like ex-Bigg Boss winner; Gauahar Khan was not very happy with the news. The actor took to her social media handle to share her disappointment. She had rooted for Asim Riaz as the winner of Bigg Boss 13 since she thinks that he possesses all the qualities of the winner. Check out her tweet below:

Fans support Asim Riaz

As soon as Gauahar Khan tweeted her opinion, fans went all out in support for the same. As per their tweets, it was very evident that Asim fans were very disappointed with the show as they thought that Asim Riaz should have been the winner of Bigg Boss 13. Here are a few tweets from fans who vouched for Asim to win:



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Image courtesy: Asim Riaz Instagram, Gauahar Khan Instagram



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