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Bigg Boss 12: Sourabh Patel lied about his name, profession

This may come as news to Bigg Boss 12 watchers as Sourabh has, so far, been one of the more co-operative participants in the house

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Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
Siddharth Raghvendra Raghuvanshi
Editorial Assistant of Sirf News with experience in covering sports and entertainment for Navbharat Times and Network 18's IBN Lokmat

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Mumbai: Bigg Boss 12 began on September 16 with a bang and jumped into controversy almost immediately. After S Sreesanth’s antics and the shocking news of a romance between veteran bhajan singer Anup Jalota and budding Bollywood singer Jasleen Matharu, here’s another shocker.

According to a report, it’s not just the celebrities on the show who have issues, the commoners, too, come with their baggage. One of the commoner ‘jodis’ on the show, Sourabh Patel and Shivashish Mishra, aren’t exactly as they appear. As per the report, Sourabh has lied about his profession as well his name.

Quoting a reliable source, it says that Sourabh isn’t his real name. What’s more is that he has been a struggling actor and has worked as an assistant casting director in the past, not a farmer as he has claimed.

Sourabh has worked as an assistant casting director for production houses such as Rashmi Sharma and BAG films. The report said an anonymous ex-colleague of his, who said that Sourabh’s real name is Sahil Rameshwar Patel. The report added that he had also worked with casting director Shadman Khan.

When contacted, Shadman told the publication that Sourabh had indeed worked for him in the past and confirmed that his name wasn’t Sourabh then, but did not want to delve deeper into the issue.

This may come as news to Bigg Boss 12 watchers as Sourabh has, so far, been one of the more co-operative participants in the house.

However, Bigg Boss calls everyone to the living area and announces the captaincy task. Bigg Boss asks singles to nominate one female contestant for the captaincy task amongst them and jodis have to do the same.

Kriti Verma and Roshmi Banik prepare a dance performance for Anup Jalota. On the other hand, Karanvi Bohra, Nehha Pendse, Srishty Rode and Sreesanth perform on behalf of Dipika Kakar.

Anup Jalota gives all the roses to Dipika Kakar. Dipika gives her roses to Anup Jalota. Deepak Thakur snatches all the roses from Anup Jalota and hides in the toilet. Romil Chaudhary asks his team to give back their roses. Roshmi Banik and Kriti Verma win the task with the maximum number of roses. Dipika cries after losing the task because of her mistake.

Sreesanth clarifies that he was abusing himself. Sourabh Patel cries because Shivashish Mishra didn’t accept Sreesanth’s apology.

Bigg Boss 12 will be telecast for the next three months from Monday to Sunday at 9 PM on Colors TV.

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