Salman Khan's Bigg Boss 13 is nearing its finale and Paras Chabbra and Mahira Sharma have become the first housemates to make it to the finale. To spice up the game, the makers have introduced Kanta Laga girl Shefali Jariwala, Tehseen Poonawalla and Bhojpuri singer Khesari Lal Yadav as the wild card contestants. Not only this, if the gossipmongers are to be believed, Shefali has dated Sidharth Shukla before she met her ex-husband, Harmeet Singh from Meet bros.
The two developed a strong liking for each other however, it was because of compatibility issues that the duo headed for a split. Shefali is now all set to enter the Bigg Boss house tonight and come face to face with her ex-boyfriend, Sidharth Shukla. Talking to DNA about the news exclusively, Shefali Jariwala stated, "We shared a special friendship but that was long back. We are now at a stage where we are cordial. In fact I am excited to go in the house and meet everyone, including him. We would see each other after many years, actually."
Shefali and Harmeet got divorced and she went on to marry actor Parag Tyagi in 2014. Talking about their split, her ex-husband told spotboye.com, ''I am actually not surprised that Shefali is entering the Big Boss 13 house. I always knew that someday she will be a part of the show as she is quite an interesting personality, especially as per the format of the show.''
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''Let her talk. Bhai jab humne kuch galat kiya nahi, toh tension ya darne ki koi baat hi nahi. She can speak whatever she wants to. We have all the legal papers in place and moreover everything is sorted between us now,'' he added.