Bigg Boss 12: The Indian adaption of Big Brother which was first launched in the year 2006 has seen the increasing popularity among its viewers. After the amazing success of Bigg Boss, since past few years, now it’s the turn of Bigg Boss 12.
Just few days left in the premiere of Bigg Boss 12 as the show is all set to debut on September 16. Learning about the deeds of the show, there’s a story of Bigg Boss first ever commoner Abhijatha Umesh
Abhijatha Umesh was the first commoner featured on the very first season of Bigg Boss. However, she was introduced as a Model and changed her name to Ragini Shetty. She was sent as a spy inside the house but ended up with a controversial eviction. Abhijatha Umesh and her mother shared a bad experience of Bigg Boss house which shocked everyone!
Here’s why Abhijatha was UNHAPPY with the show
Reported by Mumbai Mirror, which stated the unhappy reactions of Abhijatha and her mother. Abhijatha’s mother spoke “they spent around Rs 1.5 lakh in sending almost 50,000 vote to get their daughter evicted from the house as she wasn’t happy there.” Post the eviction, Abhijatha said that she felt like an alien in the house among all the celebs. It was tough for her to put up with the overbearing attitude and insecurities of the celeb contestants.
Then the news of Abhijatha’s sudden demise
Later her eviction news, She started studying Flimmaking in New York Film Academy. And she also opened her own production house called Szerelem Productions in Chennai. Unfortunately, the things weren’t worked well in her life and she committed suicide. The death hadn’t reported in media.
A day before death, she wrote an emotional note on Facebook
She wrote, “When life doesn’t go the way we want…is because deep down we know that we are settling for something we never asked for..it’s like an equation..an effort put to the right direction that synchronizes with the way we have imagined our life ,to the path we choose…and then our ego comes in and our attachment to things that stray us away from our true desire…making us choose a path that shapes our life that we never wanted. So watch your thoughts and stay true to yourself.”
One of her friends Kristine Zedek shared an emotional post on her demise and wrote, “I dedicate this song for my beautiful friend who is no more with us. Abhijata…you were all about love, giving, sharing, being so generous and encouraging. Your honesty and warmth will always be cherished. I’ll miss you more than you’ll ever know. Hope you know how much you were loved by everyone. May your beautiful soul rest in peace. You will always be beautiful in my eyes!”
All we could say is ‘Rest In Peace’ Abhijata!