‘Bigg Boss 13’ Mid-Week Eviction: Siddhartha Dey Bids Adieu

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<i>Bigg Boss </i>contestant Siddhartha Dey.

For the contestants, yesterday was a surprising day. After Bigg Boss announced the unsafe participants for mid-week eviction - Aarti, Mahira and Siddhartha Dey - there was a mix of tension as well as relief in the house. According to votes, these three were at the bottom most. Soon after, Bigg Boss announced the eviction of Sidharth Dey.

Talking about the four weeks he spent in the house, Siddhartha said that it was “the best experience” he has ever had.

Siddhartha has been a part of Bigg Boss since much before. He was one of the first writers of the first season of Bigg Boss and officially joined as a participant for the first time this year. He is also a writer on some other reality shows, award shows and concerts. He has also worked on Salman Khan’s Dabangg tour. He came in the house with only one motto that he wanted to represent all the writers who actually help a celebrity perform well on screen.

During his brief time in the Bigg Boss house, Siddhartha found a close friend in Shefali Bagga, He was also seen as the part of Paras and Rashmi’s group, building stronger connections with all of them. While he had his differences with Aarti Singh and Sidharth Shukla, he always chose to keep his fun and entertaining nature alive in the house.

Talking about the four weeks he spent in the house, Siddhartha said that it was “the best experience” he has ever had.

“My four week journey in the house was the best experience I have ever had. This house has its own magic and it helps you understand the best and worst part of yourself and the world. I have seen both in this house, the best was when I made new connections and met people from different backgrounds.”
Siddhartha Dey

He further added, “ I also saw my strength when I didn't give up on the hand holding task and chilly eating task. These tasks and the situations in the house also instigate one to do and say things which are beyond their morals. But overall it was a great experience being a part of Bigg Boss.”

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