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Bigg Boss 13: 'Viewers Choice Asim' Crosses 6 Million; Highest For Any BB Contestant

Twitter started a new trend #ViewersChoiceAsim and his fans have retweeted the same and following the trend to bring their favourite contestant to limelight

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Big Boss 13 is all over the social media, thanks to the constant fights between Siddarth Shukla and Asim Riaz. The two celebrities are neck-to-neck when it comes to gathering support from their fans online. Rashami Desai too had an ugly fight with Mahira Sharma. During Weekend ka Vaar, Salman Khan slammed Siddharth Shukla, Asim Riaz, and Rashami Desai for their behaviour. 

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#ViewersChoiceAsim crosses 5 million trend

Moreover, Salman Khan called Asim irritating after the fight between him and Siddharth Shukla turned to them abusing each other’s families. On the other hand, Twitter started a new trend #ViewersChoiceAsim and his fans have retweeted the same and following the trend to bring their favourite contestant to the limelight. The tweets crossed 2.56 million within 2 hours of the trend starting and crossed 5 million overnight.

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With the recent tweets, the trend 6 million followers on Twitter. While some of his fans pleaded to create history and make Asim a viewers choice, other called the host and the show biased. Some fans even tweeted that they want to se Asim as the winner of Big Boss 13. 

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