In light of the tragic death of Bigg Boss star Pratyusha Banerjee, Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra's ex-manager Prakash Jaju took to Twitter to speak about the dangers of living alone in Mumbai, and the struggles experienced by stars during the start of their careers. He used Quantico star Priyanka Chopra as an example, by revealing that the actor had tried to commit suicide two or three times but he had managed to stop her.
Her former manager then went on to describe the actor's suicide attempts and his heroic role in each.
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He tweeted that Priyanka and her alleged former boyfriend, Aseem Merchant, had frequent fights due to which PC would cry and call Prakash during the middle of the night.
Apparently, after one of her fights with Aseem, Priyanka drove to Mumbai's Vasai area to commit suicide, but Prakash managed to convince her out of it.
He then went on to tweet that due to Priyanka's close bond with Aseem's mother, her death took a toll on the actor who tried to jump off the building after his mother's death in 2002. Prakash claims that Priyanka was then tied to a chair until grills were fitted on all the windows of her apartment.
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Now take this revelation with a pinch of salt, since it's common knowledge that Priyanka and Prakash are on bad terms. Times of India reports that PC had abruptly terminated Prakash's contract, and Prakash filed a criminal lawsuit against the actor in the Mumbai court.
In 2008, Priyanka's father filed a suit against Prakash for intruding his daughter's privacy and Prakash ended up serving 67 days in prison.
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