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‘Papa kehte hain, badnaam karega,’ mocks Aditya Narayan’s concert row. Munawar Faruqui

<p>Son of the late great vocalist Udit Narayan, singer Aditya Narayan, made headlines recently—but not for the good kinds. He was caught on camera during a concert seizing and tossing a fan’s cell phone into the throng; the footage quickly went viral. Social media users quickly began making fun of the Tattad Tattad singer for his interactions with the audience after the video went viral. Now, Bigg Boss 17 winner and stand-up comedian Munawar Faruqui mocked Aditya Narayan by changing the words of a song sang by the singer’s father on his X (formerly Twitter) account.</p>
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<p>”Badanaam karega, papa kehte hain! “Humare aise kaand karega beta,” the BB17 victor wrote.</p>
<p>This is what happened.</p>
<p>Aditya looked to be losing his cool while playing the song Aaj Ki Raat from Shah Rukh Khan’s Don in the viral video. Then, before he could finish his act, he grabbed the fan’s phone and tossed it into the throng.</p>
<p>Aditya was seen in the video playing live during his event at Bhilai, Chhattisgarh’s Rungta R2.</p>
<p>Social media users voiced their outrage against the musician, in addition to the concertgoers who were taken aback by his actions.</p>
<p>Reaction of netizens<br />
Social media users flocked to the scene shortly after the video went viral, mocking Aditya for his actions. A user said, “Why are people gathering in such large numbers to hear this below average singer? His father is so humble, but his attitude is just the opposite.” Another person said, “There will be a lot of bathroom singers better than him.” “A FIR should be registered for damage to personal property,” said a third user. Laws exist to punish such careless behavior.</p>