Bengaluru: Tonight (November 26), former India fast bowler S Sreesanth will open up about the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing scandal in Bigg Boss 12. The pacer is likely to make shocking revelations about the biggest controversy of his life that resulted in a lifetime ban from Indian cricket.

Sreesanth, as a Rajasthan Royals player, was under the scanner for spot-fixing allegations in the IPL 2013 and was imprisoned.

In the Bigg Boss 12 preview teaser, Sreesanth can be seen telling the other contestants of the reality show about his depression during the spot-fixing controversy. 

He even told that he had tried to commit suicide during the time. He also said that he was innocent yet the authorities accused him of spot-fixing for a sum of Rs 10 lakh.

Later, Sreesanth can be seen crying inconsolably. Then the other contestants help him to calm down. Last week, Sreesanth had talked about the slapgate controversy as well, wherein cricketer Harbhajan Singh slapped him during an IPL match.

Apart from the Harbhajan controversy, he also spoke about batting legend Sachin Tendulkar's kind gestures, his friendship with Harbhajan and more.

After the life ban imposed by BCCI, Sreesanth started to act in movies. He made his acting debut in Malayalam movie Team Five, directed by Suresh Govind and Nikki Galrani acted as Sree's heroine. The movie Team Five got mixed responses from the audience. He has also worked in Bollywood film Aksar 2.