Sapna Choudhary, who is a quite popular name in Haryana, is currently seen reality TV show Bigg Boss 11. The Haryanvi singer and dancer has entered the Bigg Boss house as a commoner. She is one of the most popular singers in the region. After she was trolled and slammed online, she got depressed and even attempted suicide last year. Sapna belongs to a middle-class family, who started her career in music at the mere age of 12.

Amid all the fights taking place in the Bigg Boss house, Sapna Choudhary, along with inmates Vikas Gupta and Jyoti Kumari was seen sitting in the garden area of the Bigg Boss house, telling them the story about Bhagat Singh and his parents. She then sang a Haryanvi song about the execution of Bhagat Singh and his legacy.

While singing, Sapna said, ‘the one thing which was very good about Bhagat Singh was that he never cried. He never let a tear come in his eyes. When he was sentenced to death, his father told him that I am proud that you are my son because since you are sacrificing your life, many mothers won’t have to sacrifice their children in future.’

She also said that when Bhagat Singh was a little scared in jail before his death sentence, his mother sang a song called ‘so so pade musibat beta’. The meaning of the song is that the jail is a little room, if you get anxious here, then you won’t be able to do anything.

She sang another song called ‘duniya mein tere geet sunungi’. She added that Bhagat Singh’s mother said that when people take your name after you are not there in this world, then i will sing this song. Mange Ram, who wrote the lyrics of this song, said that one should do such deeds that they should become immortal. So that people remember your name even when you are not in this world.  

As this season of Bigg Boss has begun with a bang, let’s see how the journey of all these contestants progresses in future.  The house has already been divided into two groups and the contestants have already changed the house into a battlefield by picking up fights every now and then in the very first week itself.

First Published | 7 October 2017 12:25 PM
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