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    Bigg Boss 17: From Aly Goni, Yuvika Chaudhary to Rajiv Adatia: Celebrities Rally in Support of Munawar Faruqui

    Munawar Faruqui, a comedian and musician, has been the buzz of the Bigg Boss house recently especially because of his stint on the show, for which he has already apologized to his co-contestants several times. He’s garnered significant support from fans, industry friends, and family, with several celebrities openly expressing their support. Earlier, notable figures like Mc Stan, Manu Punjabi, Kishwer Merchant, Karanvir Bohra, Prince Narula, and Shiv Thakre had already voiced their support for Munawar. The list of celebrities backing him has now expanded to include Yuvika Chaudhary, Shivam Sharma, and Rajiv Adatia, Niti Taylor among others.

    Yuvika Chaudhary voiced his support for Munawar Faruqui, stating, “How many times he will say sry. this is too much yaar let him play his game #Munavar #godblessyou”

    [Link to Yuvika Chaudhary’s tweet: https://x.com/yuvikachoudhary/status/1745148069484900384?s=20 ]

    Bigg Boss former participant and a friend of Munawar Aly Goni also came in support of Munawar. Sharing a tweet he mentioned,” I have been in bb house for almost 4 months it’s way more depressing & difficult there jitna bahar se dikhta hai for a contestant.. watching all the clips of bb on Insta and X I can imagine what all Munawar is going through.. stay strong bro stay strong..”

    [ Link to Aly Goni’s Tweet: https://x.com/AlyGoni/status/1745414480136376546?s=20 ]

    Apart from Yuvika, Splitsvilla and Lock Upp fame Shivam Sharma also supported Munawar and posted a story on his social media. On his story, he mentioned,” Itni maasoom ban rahi hai… nominate hogai hai to character assasinate kar rahi hai… ghar me rehne ki cheap tactics…ladko ki image kharab karna ladkio k liye bohot asaan hai…national tv pe aake aise maasoom ban rahi hai… ye double toned doodh ki dhuli hai…haina?”

    He further added, “Biggboss nahi Munawarhouse zyada lag raha hai… munawar ki personal life hai…dhindhora aise peet rahe hain jaise karze dene ho inke… yahi hota hai reality shows me… khud accha banne k liye samne waale ko ghatiya dikhane ki koshish karte hain… yejo ayesha hai, ye roti ko chochi bolti hai ? Dono munawar k fame k peeche Munawar ki wajah se yaha pohchi hui hai ab tashan deri hai waaah… ye log bahar munawar k aage peeche bhaag rahe hote hain yahan nakli draame kar rahe hain…fakegharwaale @munawar.faruqui stay strong bhai❤️”

    Even Rajiv Adatia, a former participant of Bigg Boss, joined the chorus supporting Munawar Faruqui. ” Munawar has said sorry more than 50xs Ayesha! Bass karo!! Don’t destroy someone life like this it’s not good! Abhishek is the only one and a lil bit Manara who are actually concerned for him!! People make mistakes man!! Don’t do this!! It’s not right!Bigg boss has got to personal “

    [Link to Rajiv Adatia’s tweet: https://x.com/TheRajivAdatia/status/1745162959838380462?s=20 ]

    Actor Nitin Taylor known for her role in ‘ Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan’ also extended her support for Munawar Faruqui. “ It’s disheartening to witness the public scrutiny of someone’s personal life on a reality show. Criticizing and demeaning a person, despite claiming to love them, sends conflicting messages to today’s generation. Love should not translate into public degradation. One wonders why such matters need to be aired publicly when genuine concerns could be addressed privately. It’s a reminder of the complexities and contradictions in how relationships are portrayed and judged in the public eye. The consequences of publicly tarnishing someone’s character extend beyond entertainment; it causes genuine mental distress. It takes immense effort to build a name, enduring countless hardships. Let’s not allow hate to tarnish that hard-earned reputation. In a world preaching kindness, it’s crucial to question the negativity we witness on public platforms. Publicly dismantling someone’s character can inflict severe mental distress, and it’s crucial to recognize the line between entertainment and harm. It’s time to stop the cycle of harassment and focus on positivity. If wronged, it’s better to let go and trust that there is a higher power overseeing everything, ready to administer justice in due time”.

    [ Link to Niti Taylor story
    https://www.instagram.com/stories/nititaylor/3277798722002275098?utm_source=ig_story_item_share&igsh=MTBnaDE4aWhpOHo3Yg== ]

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