Bigg Boss 13 has turned out to be one hell of a show and the makers are extremely happy with the TRP ratings. The controversial reality show has been such a hit that its tenure was extended for five weeks more and several celebrities have been keeping a track of all that’s happening inside the house. Arjun Bijlani is also one of the celebrities who has been following the show, in fact, he even entered the house as a special guest. Recently, he spoke about the intense fights between Sidharth Shukla and Rashami Desai.
Talking to an entertainment portal, he spoke about the ugly fight between Sidharth and Rashami where the former passed a comment against her saying ‘Aisi Ladki’. Regarding the fight, Arjun told the portal, “No girl will like being called 'Aisi Ladki' or 'Waisi ladki'. I feel talking about anyone's character, is characterless in itself. I mean, who gives anybody the right to speak about anybody's character, nobody in the world is perfect. In our lives we all have done something or the other, which may not define our character, but just because somebody knows that aspect, you kind of bring it out or you use that vulnerability to strike the person and hurt the person and demean him/her that also is characterless in a way. See demeaning somebody on national television doesn't speak very good about you also. I don't find even in anger one has the right to put a girl or guy down by talking wrong."
He also gave his viewpoint on who will win the show and said, “Knowing Rashami for the longest time I will definitely root for her but I think Sidharth and Asim will also be strong contenders. All of them had ups and downs in their journey. Especially Sidharth's journey inside has been very interesting and he may have some temper issues but he is a great guy who is real on the show. While, I think Asim is really cool and deserves to win. The season has turned out really interesting with each passing day. And people are following it so much that I saw Bigg Boss trending over JNU on social media".
Bigg Boss 13 is hosted by Salman Khan who has often reprimanded the contestants for their ill-mannered behaviour.