Former Controversial “Big Boss 10” Contestant Swami Om Passed Away At 63

Former “Big Boss 10” contestant Vinodanad Jha aka Swami Om who gained immense fame for his sexiest comments and annoying antics passed away on Wednesday morning. He was battling COVID-19 for the last few months as per the reports. Finally, at the age of 63 he took his last breath at his residence in Ghaziabad and died after getting paralyzed.

Mukesh Jain’s son who is friend of Swami Om told ZEE Media on the conformation of his death due to paralysis. Today, his body is going to be cremated in the afternoon at Nigam Bodh Ghat, Delhi.

Swami Om has always been in controversies but he came into the big picture when he misbehaved on one of the most famous television reality show, Big Boss. The self-proclaimed godman was thrown out of Big Boss 10 after splashing his urine on Brani J and Rohan Mehra, his co-contestant.

In addition to this, in 2017, a women complainted Swami Om and his associate Santosh Anand, for threatening her. Before this, back in November 2008, police registered a case against Om. It was his brother, Pramod Jha who accussed Om for stealing expensive spare parts, documents, and 11 bicycles from his bicycle shop.