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Sangram Singh: “Shame On Those Who Are Making Mileage Out Of Pratyusha’s Death”

 Sangram Singh has just returned from a wrestling championship in South Africa to news that of his friend Pratyusha Banerjee’s death.

“I am sorry I wasn’t here when this tragedy happened to her. When I returned I could only attend her prayer meeting. I was very saddened to see her parents in the state that they were in. No parents deserve to see their only child die. Pratyusha’s mother reminded me of my own mother .A simple woman trying to understand what had happened to her child. It was heartbreaking,” says Sangram  emotionally.

Even more heartbreaking was the way a section of the television industry was trying to cash in on the tragedy.

Says Sangram Singh angrily, “Who are these friends who are speaking on her behalf to the press? And why is the media entertaining their theatrics? A young girl who was starting out in life has died. Shame on all those people who are trying to make mileage out of this tragedy.Some are screaming weeping and fainting. Someone(Raakhi Sawant) takes a ceiling fan to the police station to tell the world to ban fans. Why are they being allowed to reduce the tragedy to a tamasha?There is one friend who genuinely cares for what happened, and that is Kamya Punjabi. ”

Sangram says he is very unhappy to hear Pratyusha’s parents plight. “They are simple people with a  meager income. Someone had to arrange their flight tickets  for them to come to Mumbai. They don’t deserve this.”

Sangram Singh and Pratyusha Banerjee  spent many many weeks together in Bigg Boss.

Sangram is stunned by the news of Pratyusha’s death. “The last I spoke to her was before she went  into the reality show Power Couple. She was sounding very happy. She told me she wants to get married and settle down. I  told her to be careful about the partner she chooses in life.”

Says Sangram emotionally, “I knew Pratyusha very well. Of course we were in Bigg Bosstogether. But what the world saw was only a fraction of the time that we actually spent together . I got to know her very well. Pratyusha was a mere child. She would get upset one minute and sulk. The next minute she would be happy and normal.  There was no suicidal streak in her at all. I can’t believe she would ever do this. I don’t think she has killed herself.”

Sangram has message for all the young people whose dreams don’t come true immediately. ‘Have patience. Don’t lose heart. There is much to life than fame and fortune. If you are part of the entertainment industry please remember it is all temporary.Success and failure go hand in hand. Life is too precious to be squandered for fame or love.”

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