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‘Papa Kehte Hain, Badnaam Karega’: Munawar Faruqui on Aditya Narayan

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Stand-up comedian Munawar Faruqui has injected humor into the recent controversy surrounding Aditya Narayan’s phone-throwing incident. Faruqui took to his social media platform, X (formerly known as Twitter), to put a satirical twist on the iconic song ‘Papa Kehte Hain,’ originally sung by Aditya’s father, Udit Narayan. Faruqui humorously altered the lyrics to reflect on Aditya’s behavior, singing, “Papa Kehte Hain, Badnaam Karega! Beta Humare Aise Kaand Karega,” accompanied by the hashtag Aditya Narayan.

The incident in question occurred during one of Aditya Narayan’s concerts when a video surfaced showing him losing his temper with a fan. While performing the song ‘Aaj Ki Raat’ from the movie Don, Aditya snatched a fan’s phone and threw it into the crowd before resuming his performance. This action led to widespread criticism, with many labeling Aditya as ‘arrogant’ for his behavior.

Faruqui’s humorous take on the situation adds a lighter note to the controversy, highlighting the power of comedy to address sensitive issues. However, the incident itself raises questions about celebrity behavior and the boundaries between performers and their audience.

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