Bigg Boss 11 has started and within no time the contestants have started fighting. At the premiere of the show, it was the best moment when star Host Salman Khan joined Sapna Chaudhary on the stage. As we all know Sapna Chaudhary is the popular dancer of Haryana. Salman was impressed with Sapna and her huge fan following. Sapna is a stage performer and her shows have a massive attendance with a great record. Few of them didn’t like Sapna’s dance moves and called her vulgar.

After her entry in Salman Khan’s show, Sapna Choudhary’s suicide note goes viral on the internet

During one of her performances, two cases were registered against her for hurting Dalit Community. Because of all this, the dance went into depression and at this time she tried to kill herself by taking rat poison. She wrote a suicide note which is now going viral on the Internet.

As now she is a part of the TV reality show Bigg Boss 11, her suicide note has gone viral.

Check it out:

Though she tried to kill herself, she was fine and was taken to the hospital. At that time she interviewed with ABP and talked about the act. Check out the video of her interview:

Sapna wrote a six page suicide note which was written in Hindi. In the note, she accused one Satpal Tanwar who forced her to kill herself by running an online campaign against her and even attacking her clean character. In the note, she wrote, “I am in this profession to earn a livelihood…The reason for my step is only and only Satpal Tanwar. With folded hands, I appeal to those in the Haryana Cabinet to not trouble my mother after this and ensure the strictest possible punishment for Tanwar (sic).”

Satpal is the one who filed a complaint with the Haryana Police. He thought that Sapna insulted Dalit Community during one of her performances.

When Sapna came on the stage of Bigg Boss 11 with Salman she recalled the incident and said, ” lots of things have now changed. Earlier she used to get bothered so much for others talk about her but now she doesn’t care. I don’t even listen to them.”