Shocking: Virat Kohli fan commits suicide after seeing his icon’s disastrous performance against South Africa
Fans are a crucial part of every celebrity’s life. These fans can give both negative and positive criticism about their favourite celebrity and that’s very normal. Popularity, name and fame of these celebrities increase due to this crucial existence of fans.
We all know how great of a heartthrob the captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli is for millions of fans all around the globe. A month back, Virat Kohli tied the knot with his long-time girlfriend, Anushka Sharma and the news was in the limelight for a very long time. Last week, Kohli resumed playing the India VS South Africa test series and not only the team players but also millions of fans were pinned back at their homes and stadium seats to see him perform at his best. One such fan, Babulal Bariya, a 63-year old man from Madhya Pradesh also had high hopes about the lucky Indian performing well during the second innings of the first Test against South Africa on Friday. After seeing Kohli departing from 5 runs, Bariya committed suicide by setting himself on fire.
Reports say that he was a retired railway officer and back in 2009, one of his two sons had committed suicide.
“Bariya retired from railways recently. He was probably drunk and immolated himself while watching the match after Kohli’s dismissal. Prima facie that is what the cause of death looks like. In his dying declaration, Bariya said that he was upset over Kohli’s wicket. The family said that he was a cricket fan. Investigation is on. The retired employee died around 7.30 am on Tuesday ” Pyarsingh Alave, Assistant Sub-inspector, station road police station was quoted saying by The Indian Express.
No matter whom you love to idolise, know that every person has a battle in his/her life to fight. Everyone is suffering from stress and tension in today’s generation, especially the celebrities. Celebrities tend to suffer more from stress due to continuous work and top of that regular criticisms which they have to deal with.