Bigg Boss 13: Kashmera Shah shares his children's photos with 'Bua' Arti Singh; reveals why it is an 'iconic' moment

In the next special family episode within the Bigg Boss 13 home, television actress Arti singh 'his brother Krushna Abhishek will enter the show to support her. The actress could not contain the tears when she saw her brother with a special surprise for her, which was: her twin nephews, Stripe and Krishaang.

Krushna Abhishek entered the house with his twin sons, and wife Kashmera Shah You can't keep calm while sharing the photos on your Instagram account. Kashmera was a contestant of the first season of this reality show Bigg Boss. The photos took her on a path of memories. The actress recalled how fourteen years ago, she had whispered Krushna's name inside the house and today she is seeing her children inside the house with her 'aunt'.



This is what the legend says: Oh, my God, my God, this is such an iconic moment for me. To think that fourteen years ago I had whispered Krushna's name in this program and today my children are in the house of Bigg Boss with his Bua. My God, this is amazing. Thanks (sic)

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Oh my God, my God, this is such an iconic moment for me. Thinking fourteen years ago I had whispered Krushna's name in this program and today my children are in Bigg Boss' house with his Bua. My God, this is amazing. Thank you @colorstv @ biggboss.13official @ krushna30 @ artisingh5 #rayaanksharma #krishaangksharma #godbless

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Not nostalgic?

Krushna was deeply overjoyed to see her sister play the game in a dignified manner and stated that he is immensely proud to be addressed as Arti singh 's brother. After staying away from the family for almost four months, the contestants will get to meet their loved ones during the family round on Bigg Boss. But to meet their family members, the housemates are asked to make a tough choice. The contestants have to either choose to meet their family members or to be captainship’s contenders.

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