BIGG BOSS OTT: Salman Khan sees a major DROP in this Instagram Followers after THIS “controversy”.

The Big Boss digital adaptation, which just launched its second season a month ago, is currently hosted by Salman Khan. The superstar made a comeback after hosting the 16th season with the digital version, taking Karan Johar’s place as host. The various issues Salman has been discussing on Weekend Ka Vaar, however, have put him in the news. However, ever since he was photographed berating contestant, Elvish Yadav, the superstar has been the target of criticism.

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BIGG BOSS OTT: Salman Khan sees a major DROP in this Instagram Followers after THIS "controversy".

The superstar is being ridiculed online after a clip from the most recent Weekend Ka Vaar episode went viral. Unconfirmed reports, however, claim that the superstar received a boost as a result.

The purported numbers of Salman Khan’s followers on the microblogging site website were recently shared on social media by an Instagram user. According to the post, which has gone viral, Elvish Yadav had 66.8 million Instagram followers prior to his showdown with Elvish Yadav on Big Boss OTT, but his fan base has since shrunk to 63.7 million followers as a result of the episode. Meanwhile, a social media user recently shared a clip from the most recent episode, in which Salman Khan, the host, criticizes Elvish Yadav. He is Elvish Yadav, an RW Youtuber, according to the caption. He is featured in Salman Khan’s programme #Bigboss. Salman and his family were subjected to abuse and slander from Elvish.

Elvish’s aukaat was displayed by Salman, who also called out his fake bot army. When Elvish heard that, he started crying during the live performance, but he didn’t speak the same words for Salman as he had in his YouTube videos. Due to the fact that a Hindu cannot be this fattu, Elvish is not a Hindu.

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