Ragini Shetty was one of the first commoners in season 12 of the Indian version of Big Brother Click to look into! According to the sources she was a part of the house for two months, and her real name is Abhijatha Umesh; her role inside the house was of a spy to keep an eye on the other contestants. She had been facing a lot of problems in the house lately and got into a depression. It was so bad that her parents had to spend money to get people voting against her so that she could be evicted.
Post a Comment. She was a spy for the Bigg Boss was a fake celebrity, she had to create new identity, telling lies after lies, to convence the Bigg Boss participants that she also a celebrity. In fact, almost more than half of the season, they believed that Ragini Shettyis a popular south Indian actress, who acted in few Kannada and Tamil movies and is looking for a break in the bollywood. She was in the "Big Boss" for the love of Adventure,the concept of the show and interact with other personalities.
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