Sidharth Shukla earned a lot of fame after Bigg Boss 13. His work as a Toofani senior in Bigg Boss 13 added another feather to his cap. The actor showed his multi-talented personality in both seasons. The nation knows how much Shehnaaz Gill, a contestant of Bigg Boss 13, loves Sidharth. She has been very vocal about her love and feelings for him. They met in Bigg Boss 13 and their Jodi is lovingly called as SidNaaz by fans. Though Sidharth has always maintained in from of the media that the two are friends, the fans don’t quite believe so. A few weeks ago, we saw a picture of the two going viral where Shehnaaz was seen wearing sindoor and mangalsutra. It was suspected that the duo has gotten married but later it was revealed that the picture was morphed. Now Sidharth Shukla has declared his marital status on Twitter.
Here’s How Sidharth Shukla Revealed His Marital Status Days After Shehnaaz Gill’s Picture Wearing Sindoor Goes Viral
A fan tagged Shukla and asked, “Bhai @sidharth_shuklaMeri girlfriend keh rhi hai jab tak reply or follow back nhi doge shadi nhi karegi kya chahte ho main kuwara rahu aisa n Karo reply do plz shadi hogi to main apke liy spl karunga ek reply.”
Replying to the fans tweet, Sidharth said that he is a ‘Kunwara’ (unmarried). Sid wrote, “Bhai Kunwara tag acha hai … main tho kunwara hoon fir bhi kuch media walo ne shadi shuda karar kar diya hai … maybe they know more than I do about me”
Bhai Kunwara tag acha hai … main tho kunwara hoon fir bhi kuch media walo ne shadi shuda karar kar diya hai … maybe they know more than I do about me 🤔
— Sidharth Shukla (@sidharth_shukla) February 25, 2021
In an earlier interview with ETtimes, Sidharth had talked about his birthday which was on December 12. “The number of cakes, gifts, wishes and blessings that I have got from people was amazing. Since childhood, one is made to feel special on one’s birthday, but this was something else. There were countdowns online going on a month prior to my birthday. Then the best part was that many celebrated the day with people in old age homes, at orphanages, some fed the hungry, some planted trees… it was all so beautiful.”