Entertainment

Karan Johar wept while paying tribute to Siddharth Shukla, said- ‘I am numb, I can’t even breathe’

Television actor Siddharth Shukla is no more in this world. He bid farewell to the world on 2 September and his sudden demise has come as a big blow to the industry. Many celebs have mourned his death so far. Siddharth has a good connection with Bigg Boss. You must be aware that this show has increased his popularity and he met Shahnaz in this show. Renowned director and producer Karan Johar remembered Siddharth with moist eyes and paid tribute.

Before starting Sunday’s war in ‘Bigg Boss’ OTT, Karan Johar remembered Siddharth Shukla with wet eyes. In fact, talking about Siddharth, Karan Johar became very emotional and also expressed his grief with his wet eyes and said, “Siddharth Shukla is such a face, a name that has become an important part of our life. . Favorite member of Bigg Boss family. He is not only a friend of mine but also a large number of people in the industry. He has left us all. This is something we are still finding it hard to believe. I’m numb, I can’t even breathe.”

Meanwhile, Karan Johar also added, “Sid is a good son, a good friend and a wonderful boy. His positive vibe and that smile has won many… Lakhs of hearts. His millions of fans are proof of that.” That he was such a popular and lovely person. You will miss Siddharth Shukla. We will miss you.” Even Sid wanted the show to go on. Now a video of Siddharth is going viral which you can see. Let us tell you that after watching this video, the fans are getting emotional and giving their feedback. It is to be known that a few days ago Siddharth and Shahnaz were seen in Bigg Boss OTT.

.

Read More  PICS: 6 months pregnant Farina Azad flaunts her baby bump underwater in the swimming pool

Dailynews24 Team

If you like the post written by dailynews24 team, then definitely like the post. If you have any suggestion, then please tell in the comment

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button
close