Munawar Faruqui could understand and feel Anurag Dobhal's pain as the latter broke down on Bigg Boss 17
The latest episode on Bigg Boss 17 saw a rare and precious moment between two contestants. The moment is Munawar Faruqui sharing a hug with Anurag Dobhal over their shared pain. The two bonded over missing an important member of their family. Photos of them sharing the hug is the internet’s current favourite.
Anurag Dobhal schooled for his behaviour
In a recent episode, Anurag had called Bigg Boss biased for some contestants and how they receive attention over others. He then plotted revenge with his gang. Hearing the same, Bigg Boss schooled UK07 and said that his fans would not like that side of him.
Anurag breaks down
Soon after, Anurag broke down. He could not stop crying because he was missing his mother immensely. While Anurag thought he could survive in the house without her, he realized that is just not possible. This left him in tears.
Seeing him, Munawar breaks down too
Seeing Anurag so heartbroken, Munawar was also left in tears. He moved aside and revealed the reason for the tears streaming down his cheeks. Munawar told Neil Bhatt that his ex-wife got married to someone else and he has finally got the custody of their child. Munawar was with his kid since six months and got especially close to him four months back. On the show, Munawar has been constantly thinking what his five-year-old son would be doing at any given point of time. Munawar then explained how he connects to Anurag’s pain of missing a mother, because he lost his own mother at a young age.
Munawar comes back and asks Anurag to stop crying
After the conversation, Munawar joined the contestants back and asked Anurag to stop crying because he can understand and feel the pain. In turn, Anurag initiated a hug and greeted Munawar with warmth. They two shared their pain and consoled one another. Munawar told UK07 that he is lucky that his mother can actually see her son on the show and be proud of him, but the stand up comedian lost that opportunity.