Vindu Dara Singh remembers late Sidharth Shukla; Says ‘Don’t feel like watching Bigg Boss since he left’
Vindu Dara Singh remembered late actor Sidharth Shukla and recalled his moments spent with him. In a chat show hosted by Shardul Pandit, the former Bigg Boss 3 winner talked about the late actor Sidharth Shukla and shared about his bond with him. He spoke about how he started liking Sidharth by seeing his game in season 13, meeting his family and more.
In the chat, Vindu shared, “That’s the sad part that ever since Sidharth left, I don’t feel like watching Bigg Boss. I used to think that whenever there would be a season featuring winners, I would win. But then Sidharth came and I would think how can I defeat him? Nobody can defeat him.”
Vindu Dara Singh added, “He was just amazing. He was like a machine. He spoke exactly what would take place. I could never recall things but he would remember everything. In my season, I fought with Bakhtiyaar, then someone made bad tea and I would nominate that person. I was like this, but Sidharth would not forget anything.”
Recalling his memories with Sidharth Shukla, Vindu shared he didn’t know him much before the show but after the show he loved him. His sister told him that she wants to meet me, hence they sat down, and bonded very well. He remembered that they ate for 3-4 hours, and just like him, he also loved to eat.
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Vindu added, that they would talk about work, something or the other. He also revealed that they were supposed to work on something together and were supposed to meet, but he went away. He added, “I met him a few times. His family is so great, it’s unreal. His mother, she wants to thank each and every person in the world for giving all the love to that family. They remember his father who passed away many years back. Fans are amazing, sidhearts are amazing and Sidharth Shukla will live on.”
The actor left everyone on September 2, 2021 morning after he succumbed to a heart attack. His sudden demise has left a deep void in his family, friends and fans’ lives.