Bigg Boss 13: Sidharth Shukla & Rashami Desai Bury The Hatchet, #SidRa Fans Get Emotional

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Bigg Boss 13's contestants Sidharth Shukla and Rashami Desai, who are often seen fighting over things, recently had an emotional moment. Sid consoled Rashami.

Written By Jiya Chulet | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bigg Boss 13 has a massive fan following and it is quite evident. The audience and viewers never missed an opportunity to express their point of view or support for their favourite contestant. Recently, during the captaincy task, the family week welcomed many near and dear ones of Bigg Boss 13's contestants. They not only encouraged but also had interesting conversations with other contestants. Amidst this, when Rashami Desai's niece and nephew visited, they asked Sidharth and Rashami to patch up. Later the duo shared a handshake and a few fun moments with the kids. Sidharth also showed his caring side for Rashami when he helped her in drinking water during the task. 

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After watching Sidharth Shukla and Rashami Desai sharing this emotional moment, Twitterati and the audience can't stop gushing around it. They poured love on the duo and praise them as a couple. One user wrote, 'Best Jodi' while the other penned, 'I want only #Sidra'. Check out below some other heartfelt tweets fans wrote for them:

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