Imagine's shocking new reality show 'Raaz Pichhle Janam Ka' is sure to have you sitting at the edge of your seat.
She then saw herself boarding an Air India flight No 101 to New York in 1966 and was part of the 46 contingent of sailors. Suddenly while in mid-air somewhere in Geneva, there was smoke filled all over inside the aircraft leaving the co-passengers running helter-skelter only to realize their fate. The Air India flight comprising of 106 passengers and the 11 crew members crashed near the summit of Mont Blanc in the Alps, leaving all the 117 people dead. Swati also recollected the fact that she saw noted Indian personality, Dr Homi Jehangir Bhabha, in the same flight who was on his way to Vienna.
What left everyone shocked and astonished on the sets that the details given by Swati during her regression tallied with the exact factual details of this incident that took place in the year 1966.
Most of the passengers were Indian nationals, 46 of whom were sailors and Chairman of Indian Atomic Energy Commission Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha also died in the same air crash. Swati, who would tremor at the thought of travelling by air and panic during take-off and landing heaved a sigh of relief and felt positive post her regression. " I was a complete skeptic and did not believe in the theory of Past Life Regression. But whatever happened to me during my regression was beyond my wildest imagination. I was shocked at the outcome of it all. I now am a believer and know that there is something beyond this world." says Swati Singh.
There are also news reports who claimed, that Dr. Homi Jehangir Baba's death was not an accident but a sabotage planned by the CIA. The journey to her past life, done through a conscious meditative technique has left Swati Singh to believe in things that she could never ever comprehend.
So don't miss this exciting opening episode with some shocking revelations as Dr. Trupti Jayin takes Swati Singh back into her past life on Raaz Pichhle Janam Ka, on Monday, 7th December at 9.30pm only on Imagine.