Bigg Boss 13 contestant Hindustani Bhau aka Vikas Phatak is currently in the news for all the wrong reasons. Recently, Bhau was in news for attacking Ekta Kapoor and then releasing a video filled with filthy language. In the video, the Bigg Boss 13 contestant was in news for talking about leaving the system aside and taking matters into his ‘own hands’ The infamous video of Vikas grabbed the attention of many leaving them reporting his account. Several celebrities like comedian Kunal Kamra, actress Kubbra Sait Farah Khan Ali, Kavita Kaushik and netizens tagged Mumbai Police’s cyber cell demanding strict action against him.
Now after his Instagram account, Hindustani Bhau’s verified Facebook page, which was still available, has also been suspended. Yes, that’s true! Hindustani Bhau’s Facebook page too has been taken down by the social media company for promoting hatred and communal violence. Several people who reported him on social media have shared screenshots of the same, and it reads, “We’ve removed hindustanibhau’s account because it goes against our Community Guidelines.”
Earlier, raising concern against his filthy video, Sacred Games actress Kubbra Sait Tweeted, “Why do people like this still have access to social media? Why is nothing legally being done to these who instigate? Who gives them the power to get away with words? Why is there no action being taken?”
While comedian Kunal Kamra had written, “HM @AnilDeshmukhNCP & @MumbaiPolice, Calling for open violence is a crime. This is a mob building & hate spreading exercise. 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.”
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… pic.twitter.com/oeCfdGFRu5
— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) August 18, 2020