Big B Fans Compare His Grandson Agastya To YouTuber Carry Minati; Megastar Says ‘Carry Kya Hota Hai’

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Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan got puzzled when his fans compared his grandson, Agastya Nanda, with YouTuber Carry Minati. This all happened when Big B recently posted an image on his personal Insta handle. The post was made on Thursday in which the veteran star posted a black-and-white picture of himself and his dashing grandson at their home-based fitness center in Mumbai.

While sharing the pic, the ‘Deewar’ actor penned, “Fight .. fight the fit .. fit the fight .. reflective mirrors , laterally inverted imagery .. and the inspiration with Grandson ..” After seeing the post, the super star fans started messaging and comparing Agastya with Carry Minati. On the other hand, Big B was not aware about Carry and he wrote, “Carry kya hota hai (What is Carry)?”

Some of the comments that started pouring in include, “Yeh baju mein Carry khada hai kya sir (Is that Carry standing next to you sir)?” To this, the actor answered, ‘baju mein mera pota, mera grandson khada hai. Ye carry kya hota hai. (My grandson is standing next to me. What is this Carry)?”

Recently, Carry Minati became the talk of the town when a video recording shared by him was removed by YouTube for allegedly breaching its terms of service. In the viral video, Carry had ‘roasted’ TikToker Amir Siddiqui. The video bagged hordes of views, and was on course to turn out to be the most-liked non-music video recording on the platform, before it got removed. He had also claimed that TikTok is a low-grade platform to YouTube, and it limits content creators’ time and imagination. He had pointed out various ‘flaws’ in Amir’s content.

Taking to social platform, Carry Minati, whose actual name is Ajey Nagar, wrote that he is upset that the objective couldn’t be accomplished, as it would have been an honour for all of India. He wrote that he looks forward to creating added contented for his fans, for whom he is thankful.

Published by Ricky Tandon on 23 May 2020

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