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Odishatv Bureau

Fans of Ollywood heartthrob Babushaan on Monday assembled outside his residence at Jagannath Vihar in Bhubaneswar and requested him to return home. The die-hard fans of the actor stood outside his residence to show support and pleaded with him to break all ties with actress Prakruti Mishra and come back to his family.

“We are severely affected by whatever our icon Babushaan bhai is going through. People often troll us, because we are his die-hard fans. It feels really bad when people talk bad things about our idol. So, we have gathered here to stand by his family. We request him to cut all the ties with Prakruti Mishra because of whom he has become a subject of humiliation. We request him to return to his family,” a die-hard fan said.

They also requested the ‘Chocolate’ boy of Odia industry to refrain from drugs and alcoholic substances. 

“Babushaan bhai, please refrain from taking any alcoholic substances or drugs. People troll us whenever you are shown in the bad limelight, but we will support you no matter what. Please return home,” he added. 

On reports of Prakruti Mishra blackmailing Babushaan, one fan said, “He (Babushaan) has released a video saying that he was not being blackmailed by Prakruti Mishra. But, we think he is being manipulated and forced to give such statements. We want him to brief media persons and publicly give his version.”

Earlier, while talking to reporters, the actor’s mother Aparajita Mohanty on Sunday appealed his son to return home. “Babushaan is a good and talented kid and he loves his family. Bad company has ruined my son’s life. I urge him to return to his family,” she said.

“I don’t know what happened to him (Babushaan) during the Covid-19 pandemic for which he has got completely changed. He started behaving differently and didn’t even pay visit to us. It was during this period that he got into some bad company. I urge people to bless my son so that he returns to his family,” she added.

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