Vikas Fhatak known as Hindustani Bhau is infamous for his abusive content, which he claims to be an act of patriotism. In June, he filed a complaint against Ekta Kapoor for disrespecting Indian soldiers in her ALTBalaji web show XXX season 2.
He had even shared abusive videos against Kapoor and her family. Bhau was recently also accused of instigating youngsters to commit acts of violence in the name of protecting Indian culture.
Instagram took down Bhau’s account after Kunal Kamra shared a video of the BiggBoss 13 contestant on Twitter and tagged the Mumbai Police and the Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. He had asked them to take action again Hindustani Bhau for spreading hatred through his content.
In the video, Vikas can be seen cussing and asking people to not stay silent or spare anyone who insults their religion.
Kunal Kamra wrote, “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” is an insult to our constitution (sic).”
Shashank Arora shared a screenshot on Twitter that states he anonymously reported Bhau’s account. In its reply, Instagram informed the actor that they removed Bhau’s account as it violated community guidelines. Commenting on his tweet, multiple users celebrated the suspension and also shared that they too had reported Bhau’s account.
Hindustani Bhau participated in Bigg Boss 13 as a wild card contestant. Before entering the show, he spoke to The Indianexpress about the criticism he receives for his content. He shared, “This is my best chance to show people that I am much more than just my abusive videos. I also have a family at home, and why would I abuse people or defame them without reason? I am a nation lover and anyone who speaks ill against my motherland will have to face the brunt. 48 channels uploaded anti-national videos, and now, there are just two remaining. They all understood that I am the real king.”
The handwritten letter dated November 24 read that “many incorrect and fake messages, statements, videos are made against Hindustani Bhau. People are addressing themselves as family members, mentioning themselves as brothers, aunt, are no one to him. Our family includes my mother-in-law, my son, my mother, father, Hindustani Bhau’s nephew Sandesh”.