‘Balika Vadhu’ actor Siddharth Shukla made his comeback on TV with Colors show ‘Dil Se Dil Tak’ co-starring Rashmi Desai and Jasmin Bhasin. There are constant reports of his starry tantrums on the sets of the show. There were reports that he might be thrown out of the show due to the same and Manish Raisinghan[READ HERE...]. Later, the matter got resolved and Siddhath stayed back on the show. But now, the recent reports suggests that he again did the same and even abused co-star Kunal Verma.
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According to an entertainment portal, "Siddharth started hurling abuses at co actor Kunal Verma yesterday while he was shooting for his scene. It so happened that Kunal, who was seemingly irked with Siddharth's brash behaviour on the set of the show, went and asked him to speak to everyone on set politely. But this advice of his rubbed Siddharth the wrong way, after which things ceased to be cordial between the duo."
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Siddharth with co-stars Rashmi & Jasmin in 'Dil Se Dil Tak' (Photo: Colors)
Kunal confirmed the news and told India Forums that, "Yes, that's true. After that incident, Siddharth used to constantly talk nonsense to me but I chose to ignore him. But the situation only worsened further as while I was shooting for a scene yesterday, Siddharth, who was standing behind me, started abusing me and calling me names that I am ashamed to even talk about! I kept quiet and maintained my decorum. But when things went out of the proportion, I told the production people to wind up my shoot as fast as possible or use my dupe for the scene as I just couldn't stand him anymore! I didn't even want to see his face!"
Later, the Project head intervened in the matter and assured Kunal and even confronted Siddharth for his rash behaviour.
‘Dil Se Dil Tak’ is inspired from the movie ‘Chori Chori Chupke Chupke’ starring Salman Khan, Rani Mukherji & Preity Zinta and deals with the subject of surrogacy.