All is not going well with ace cricketer Sreesanth ever since he entered Salman Khan’s controversial show Bigg Boss 12. The ex-cricketer has always been accused of bring egoistic and aggressive in the house and last week was particularly hard on him because of the verbal war between him and another housemate Surbhi Rana. In this last Weekend Ka War Episode, Salman Khan lashed Sreesanth for using ‘ill-words for a woman on a national platform after which he locked himself in the bathroom and hurt himself.
Now the latest news suggests that the former Indian cricketer Sreesanth was rushed to the hospital after suffering head injury inside the Bigg Boss 12 house. He injured himself after banging his head on the bathroom wall after Salman Khan reprimanded him. This definitely left Sreesanth’s wife and fans worried. However, soon she took to her social media to reveal that her husband is back in the house and doing better.
After speaking with BB makers, Bhuvneshwari thanked Sree's fans for all the love and support by tweeting, "Hi guys When I read about Sree being taken 2 hospital I got very worried. Spoke to the team. He had severe pain so was taken to hospital for checkup and X-ray. He's back in BB house now. Nothing to worry. Thank you so much for ur love and concerns????????#SreeFam #Sreesanth."
Not just on Sreesanth, Salman Khan slammed Surbhi Rana as well, for provoking the cricketer too much and told her -- "apni izzat apne haath mein hoti hai." On the other hand, Bhuvneshwari is quite active on social media. After lashing out on Raj Kundra, she wrote a heartfelt open letter few days back -stating how a false accusation can ruin a person's life.
She posted the letter on her Twitter page which read as, "I am writing this with a very heavy heart as it breaks me to pieces to see Sree thinking or talking about worst days of his life. I wish and pray no one ever goes through what he and his family went through. The IPL spot-fixing case where Sree was accused of taking Rs 10 lakh from bookie to concede 14 runs or more in a particular over in Mohali and giving a signal by wearing towel according to Delhi police. The fact is he never gave 14 runs. Anyone who knows cricket can understand that Sree did not give runs in first few balls and there were no no balls or wide balls too... Sreesanth has been discharged from all the fixing charges in 2015."
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