Famous television star Jannat Zubair Rahmani has openly come out in support of Abhishek Kumar and his mental health issues. Here is what she said.
Jannat Zubair Rahmani supports Abhishek Kumar and his mental health issues.
Ever since Samarth Jurel, Abhishek Kumar and Isha Malviya quarreled with each other, several celebrities have voiced their concern about how sensitive issues are unsensitively discussed in the house. The quarrel, for the unfamiliar, encircled how Abhishek Kumar and his behaviour was problematic for those around him. On multiple occasions, Abhishek has been accused of being violent, while Isha and Samarth have been charged with being “too provocative” and “too loud” in nature.
Jannat Zubair Rahmani supports Abhishek Kumar and his mental health issues
Bigg Boss 17 witnessed a troubling incident recently. In a preview for an upcoming episode, Abhishek Kumar is seen delivering a forceful slap to Samarth Jurel's face during a heated argument, provoked by Samarth's attempts to annoy him. The shocking incident left the other contestants on the show in disbelief. Isha Malviya and Samarth Jurel have been resorting to harsh tactics against Abhishek, including bringing up his past mental health issues to taunt and provoke him.
Voicing against Isha and Samarth, famous television star Jannat Zubair Rahmani has openly come out in support of Abhishek Kumar and his mental health issues. Jannat said on microblogging site X, “The worst someone can do is make fun of a person’s mental health. So not cool. Stay strong @Abhishekkuma08”
Notably, in 2022, Rahmani competed in the stunt-based reality show Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 on Colors TV, securing the 4th position.
Besides Jannat, actors namely Riteish Deshmukh, Aishwarya Sharma Bhatt, Rinku Dhawan and many others have supported Abhishek.
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In a recent statement, actor Neil Bhatt discussed the dynamics between Abhishek and Isha on the show. Neil revealed that the breakup between Isha and Abhishek was so tumultuous that the latter had to seek support in a mental health facility. Isha, being aware of this, reportedly used it as a weapon to deliberately provoke and unsettle him.