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SHOCKING! Devoleena Bhattacharjee talks about the time when her mother felt she would drop her in a mental asylum

Bigg Boss 15 witnessed very different types of twins and turns and contestants making shocking revelations. Recently Devoleena Bhattacharjee revealed a shocking update about her life. It all happened in the middle of a task. Bigg Boss 15 housemates revealed deeper and darker facts about their life in the most recent episode.

During a task, Devoleena turned emotional as she shared a dark secret. Nishant while reading a chit guess Devoleena’s name as he read a contestant wanted to take her mother abroad for a trip but her mother felt she was sending her to a mental asylum.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee became upset and told the entire storey. She said that her mother suffers from mental illness. The incident occurred in the winter of 2014. In Mumbai, her mother would accompany her. Devoleena expressed her desire to take her mother on a foreign trip, but she subsequently heard of her mother’s concerns. She sobbed as she described her mother’s fear of putting her in a mental institution because of her mental condition. The actress became teary-eyed as she talked about her upbringing. Devo was comforted by Rakhi. Nishant expressed regret to Devoleena.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee, on the other hand, has been doing exceptionally well in the tasks. Fans have praised her for taking each task seriously and with a desire to win. She and Rashami Desai just completed a task in which they had to stand for lengthy periods of time gripping a pole while the other candidates tormented them to get them to abandon their position. During the challenge, Devoleena had to pee in her trousers. Despite the fact that Rashami was the winner of the job, Devoleena received a lot of praise.

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