Vikas Jayaram Pathak popularly known as Hindustani Bhau is famous for his abusive content of social media. Post his appearance in Bigg Boss he gained his popularity and becomes a household name. Earlier Hindustani Bhau was in the limelight for several reasons and once again he grabbed everybody’s attention but all for a wrong reason. Recently, Hindusthani Bhau took to his official social media handle and posted an abusive video where he has asked people not to tolerate anything being said about Hindu Gods and Goddesses. Right after he shares this video several social media users demand his ban from social media for his abusive language.
Later lyricist Puneet Sharma also filed a complaint against him and demands his ban. Now as per the recent reports post-Puneet’s complaint Instagram has suspended Hindustani Bhau’s Instagram account. The news reports further add that a post which was shared by the Bigg Boss 13 contestant was also removed by Instagram. Lyricist Puneet Sharma took to his Facebook and informed his fans that he made an anonymous complaint about Hindustani Bhau to Instagram, citing the reasons for hate speech or symbols. His post reads “kal aur aaenge nagamon kee khilatee kaliyaan chunane vaale, mujhase behatar kahane vaale, tumase behatar sunane vaale.”
However, comedian Kunal Kamra also took to his official social media handle and urges the Mumbai Police to take action against Hindustani Bhau. His tweet reads, “HM @AnilDeshmukhNCP & @MumbaiPolice, Calling for open violence is a crime. This is a mob building & hate spreading excercise. This is deeply alarming. Could lead to violence & an artist not getting due process. Remarks like “System side main” are an insult to our constitution…”
Meanwhile, earlier also Hindusthani Bhau has accused Netflix for releasing ‘Hinduphobic’ content after the release of Bulbul. He asserted “Anushka Sharma ki Bulbul Web Series Par Bhagwan Shree Krishna Or Radha Ko Gande Bhasha Se Apmanit Kiya Gaya Hai, Kya Aise Logon Par Ye Sarkar Karvayi Karegi ? Ab Tak Ekta Kapoor Par Koi Bhi Karvayi Kyu Nahi Ki ? Kab Tak Aise Log Humare Desh Ko Badnaam Karenge ? @CMOMaharashtra”. Not only this but he also lashes out at Ekta Kapoor‘s XXX 2 for disrespecting the Indian army.
Now finally the microblogging site has suspended his account with an email responding to The Print, a representative from Instagram said, “We absolutely do not allow behavior that threatens the safety of our community and removed this content yesterday (Tuesday) for violating our Community Guidelines.”
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