Samir Soni: Hope my sister Arti Singh wins Bigg Boss 13, would be a terrible precedence if Sidharth wins

Updated: 11 February, 2020 19:45 IST | IANS | Mumbai

In a long Instagram post, actor Samir Soni hopes and wishes his sister Arti Singh wins Bigg Boss 13 and why it would be terrible precedence if Sidharth Shukla wins!

Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Samir Soni
Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Samir Soni

Actor Samir Soni, a former Bigg Boss contestant, says no show or game can be above decency and class. He cites that as the reason why he hopes actress Arti Singh wins "Bigg Boss 13" and not Sidharth Shukla, who is considered favourite by many.

With a few days to go for the finale, Samir took to social media to post a sweet photo of him and Arti, who is currently locked in the Bigg Boss house.

He captioned it: "Last week of #BiggBoss13 and I hope my sister @artisingh5 wins. I hate to say this, but it would be setting a TERRIBLE precedence if Sidharth wins. No show/game, can be above decency and class. In fact, the show is a test of maintaining your sanity and dignity in-spite of the provocations. If I had behaved, like he abused Arti, my own mother would have slapped me and taken me out of the show. #RespectWomen."(sic)

"I'm sorry I'm singling out Sid and I don't know who deserves the most, but I'm against anyone who behaves this way," wrote Samir.

Sharing his own experience in the controversial reality show, he wrote: "I spent over hundred days in season 4 and there were hardly any abuses or physical aggression, it's not that we didn't feel like it, we just knew how to conduct ourselves on national TV. I sometimes wonder how many girls would be ok to be abused by their boyfriends or told to F-off just because he was upset (right or wrong). Sorry not the way I was raised."

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Last week of #BiggBoss13 and I hope my sister @artisingh5 wins. I hate to say this, but it would be setting a TERRIBLE precedence if Sidharth wins. No show/game, can be above decency and class. In fact, the show is a test of maintaining your sanity and dignity in-spite of the provocations. If I had behaved, like he abused Arti, my own mother would have slapped me and taken me out of the show. #RespectWomen I’m sorry I’m singling out Sid and I don’t know who deserves the most , but I’m against anyone who behaves this way. I spent over hundred days in season 4 and there were hardly any abuses or physical aggression, it’s not that we didn’t feel like it, we just knew how to conduct ourselves on national TV. I sometimes wonder how many girls would be ok to be abused by their boyfriends or told to F-off just because he was upset(right or wrong). Sorry not the way I was raised. 🙏🙏

A post shared by Samir Soni (@samirsoni123) onFeb 10, 2020 at 2:57pm PST

Actress Delnaaz Irani, also a former Bigg Boss contestant, commented on his post saying: "I so agree with you. It's a madhouse agreed but people should be sane, calm and cool. That's the beauty. We have gone through this but sadly does being NICE sell....NO."

The current season has seen contestants verbally abusing each other, beating up someone with a pan, throwing water at each other and acting in violent ways.

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First Published: 11 February, 2020 19:37 IST

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