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BB17 winner Munawar Faruqui takes a dig at Aditya Narayan; 'Papa kehte hain badnaam karega...'

Big Boss 17 winner Munawar Faruqui took a covert jibe at Aditya Narayan's gesture of throwing a fan's phone away during a music concert in Bhilai by twisting the lyrics of his father's popular song. 

BB17 winner Munawar Faruqui takes a dig at Aditya Narayan; 'Papa kehte hain badnaam karega...'
Aditya Narayan and Munawar Faruqui

Last Updated: 03.16 PM, Feb 15, 2024


Bigg Boss 17 winner and stand-up comedian Munawar Faruqui commented on the Aditya Narayan controversy on his X (formerly Twitter) account. It was less a comment and more of a dig. The singer has gained notoriety lately for throwing away a fan's phone during a concert in Bhilai . This is how Munawar made fun of Aditya... 

Munawar Faruqui's post on X about Aditya Narayan 

When Aditya was performing in Bhilai recently, a video of him snatching a fan's phone and throwing it away went viral and drew criticism. While commenting on this, stand-up comedian and Big Boss 17 winner Munawar changed the lyrics to Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak's popular song Papa Kehte Hain, which was sung by Aditya's father, Udit Narayan. Munawar's tweet read, "Papa kehte hain, badnaam karega! Beta humare aise kaand karega…#AdityaNarayan." 

What is the Aditya Narayan controversy all about?

On February 11, when Aditya was performing at an event in Bhilai, Chhatisgarh, a video that was taken there went viral on social media. In the video, Aditya can be seen singing Aaj Ki Raat from the 2006 movie Don. He stops as he enters the stage and turns towards a spectator, whom he strikes while trying to take his phone. Aditya then snatches the phone and tosses it into the crowd. 

This is not the first time that the singer has found himself in the midst of a controversy. Aditya was in the news earlier when a video of him getting into a heated argument with a Raipur airport employee surfaced in 2017. 

Aditya Narayan's response to the concert controversy 

Having faced a lot of heat, Aditya spoke about it to Zoom three days after the incident. But it was a brief response. All he said was, "Honestly, no comments. I am answerable to the Almighty. That’s all." 

Aditya's manager's and concert management teams’ response to the drama 

Aditya's actions were explained by the concert's event manager, who said that the fan was disrupting the concert and had struck Aditya many times with his phone. The singer's manager also talked about the backlash that the singer has been receiving online and asked people to weigh both sides of the argument. 

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