In next few days it will mark an entire month since the industry and fans bid adieu to versatile star Sidharth Shukla on 2nd September after he succumbed to heart failure and his death has left fans, audiences along with bollywood industry and tinsel town also in a state of shock who are still mourning his irreparable loss. in a new interview, Bigg Boss OTT fame Raqesh spills about his learnings from Sidharth’s untimely death.
Opening up on his state of being shocked and in disbelief after learning about late actor’s death on last day of their stay in Bigg Boss house, versatile film and TV star Raqesh spills about his learnings from Sidharth’s untimely death.
Speaking about how he came to know about his death on last day of the show, in this new interview with a leading digital entertainment portal, Raqesh spills about his learnings from Sidharth’s untimely death.
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He started off by saying, “We learned of Sidharth Shukla’s untimely demise on the last day of our stay in the Bigg Boss house and we were in a state of disbelief”.
He also shared, “We all in the house just recollected all the fights, unnecessary arguments and thought it over! Why were we all fighting?! Why was all the chaos about?! Life is so unpredictable and nobody knows what’s kept in store for all of us”.
Also saying about treating each current day as important along with being nice to each other, he said, “Today is so important and we would rather be nice instead of indulging in fights, mudslinging, etc”.
Talking about all silly fights to winning the coveted Bigg Boss trophy being unnecessary, Raqesh Bapat said, “We all somehow we’re on the same page and felt that just to win a trophy, all the fights, arguments, the negativity that took place was so unnecessary, it all suddenly felt flat”.
Opening up on what he learnt from unexpected demise of late actor Sidharth Shukla, he says, “It’s just important to be nice and live in the present, live in today. I felt bad, sad and was angry too for all the fights and arguments that happened in the house. Sidharth’s demise made me realize that how we don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow and hence all the chaos, hatred is not needed and rather we just need to spread happiness, for nobody knows what life has planned for them. It’s time everybody stops being envious. Is all of the mess even worth it?!”.