Bigg Boss 10's controversial contestant Swami Om has passed away. Manu Punjabi, another co-contestant of the season who was seen guiding and being kind to Swami, has requested people to forget and forgive his act that was hurtful and pray for departed souls.
Manu, who was last season in Biggboss 14, spoke to us exclusively and said, "Swami Om no doubt created many controversies and some of his acts were really hard to forgive. But we can't deny the fact that he made people laugh and was super entertaining. He left us and it is the final time to forgive his idiotism and pray for the departed soul. I hope he rests in peace!" ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14: From Bani J-Swami Om To KRK-Rohit Verma, Take A Look At The Ugliest Fights That Have Happened In The BB House
Manu also added how Season 10 grabbed all the attention because of Swami Om. "People will remember our season only for Swami Om," he said. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 13: Ex-Contestant Rohan Mehra Compares Sidharth Shukla With Swami Om; Says Makers Won't Remove Him
Swami Om was one of the most talked-about contestants during the 10th season. The makers of Bigg Boss 10 had sent him home after the self-proclaimed godman did the grotesque act of throwing urine on housemate Bani J. He was eliminated from the show post that. After his stint on Bigg Boss, Swami Om continued with his series of controversies and created headlines multiple times.
According to the reports, his last rites will be performed today at 1:30 pm at Nigam Bodh Ghat, Delhi. Arjun Jain, son of Swami Om's friend Mukesh Jain told Zee News that he had a paralysis attack a few days back after which his health deteriorated. He said, "Swami Om was undergoing treatment at AIIMS and was sick for the last few months. Even after recovering the coronavirus, he had a lot of trouble walking due to weakness. After which he also had paralysis in half his body. His condition worsened 15 days ago due to paralysis. He breathed his last this morning."
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