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Elvish Yadav reacts to Munawar Faruqui detention, says, ‘Bigg Boss ke baad...’

Comedian Munawar Faruqui was detained by Mumbai Police for allegedly smoking hookah recently. Bigg Boss OTT Season 2 winner Elvish Yadav, who was also arrested recently, has reacted to this incident.

Elvish Yadav reacts to Munawar Faruqui detention, says, ‘Bigg Boss ke baad...’

Elvish Yadav and Munawar Faruqui. 

Last Updated: 05.23 PM, Mar 27, 2024


Bigg Boss OTT Season 2 winner Elvish Yadav and Bigg Boss Season 17 winner Munawar Faruqui are popular for being frenemies. They have had many heated arguments about who is more popular on Instagram. But these days, they have been bonding well and their latest CCL match was an example of this. While their fans continue to discuss their equation, the latest news about them is that Elvish Yadav has reacted to Munawar Faruqui’s police detention.

Elvish Yadav reacts to Munawar Faruqui's detention

This morning, comedian Munawar Faruqui was detained by the Mumbai Police for allegedly smoking hookah. News agency ANI confirmed the development. Faruqui was among 14 people detained during a raid at a hookah parlour in Mumbai. The comedian was released after being questioned for hours. Munawar is currently in Rajasthan and is busy shooting for a project, the details of which are not known yet. ANI believes that ₹ 4,400 in cash and nine hookah pots worth ₹ 13,500 were seized during the raid.

Reacting strongly to the news, Elvish Yadav took to his X handle to post, “Bigg Boss Jeetne Ke Baad Sabka Bura Time Shuru Hojaata Hai Kya? (Does everyone face a tough time after winning Bigg Boss?)”

Many social media users have reacted to Elvish’s post. While some netizens feel that he has disrespected the reality show that he won in 2023, others feel that he is piggybacking on Munawar's popularity to grab attention on social media.

Elvish Yadav shares his prison ordeal

After his release from jail in the infamous snake venom case, Elvish Yadav shared his prison ordeal in a blog post. In a 14-minute video, Yadav began in a cheerful tone, asking his followers if they missed him. On March 23, he secured bail from a court in Gurugram in the snake venom case.

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