BB13: Sidharth Not Happy With Extension; Talks To Authorities For Increase In His Per-Week Salary

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As per latest reports, the TRP of Salman Khan hosted super-duper hit reality show Bigg Boss 13 is going upwards with each passing day.

With nonstop problems, verbal tiffs and love flourishing within the most controversial house, buffs keep on enjoying the show even more and all of them are eager to watch much more of their favorite contenders.

On Monday, Vishal’s so-called lady love Madhurima Tuli made entry in the house as a wild card participant. It will be fun to see Tuli and her ex Vishal Aditya Singh under one roof, and how they plan their respective games. Tuli entered the show along with two ex-contestants Arhaan and Bagga.

But in this article we will talk about BB13’s star Sidharth Shukla’s per-week fees.

Sidharth is already getting a whopping sum of 9 lacs on a weekly basis.

Yes, this is true. Sid has become one of the most popular and loved contestants on the show. The TV star has been playing with good spirits and is host Salman Khan’s favorite as well.

Sallu also warned him for his violent actions in the house and admonished him to put control over him and his behavior.

Recently, the show’s contestants got the information about its extension for 5 weeks. But, this made Sid sad.

The Balika Vadhu star talked to the authorities of Bigg Boss house and they have decided to raise his per week charges.

But, the increased dues haven’t been revealed thus far but seem like he has packed a good deal here.

While Sidharth’s fan following is incredibly good, we wish him all the love and luck for the show!

On the other hand, Sallu is also upset with the extension as he will not be capable of continuing his stint as host after January 2020.

The show makers were ready to increase his pay by Rs 2 crore. But all things get failed! It is being stated that Farah Khan, who had previously hosted the show (Bigg Boss Halla Bol – Season 8) would replace Sallu after the extension.

Published by Ricky Tandon on 03 Dec 2019

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