Bigg Boss 17: Elvish Yadav comes out in support of Anurag Dobhal; says, “Bullying and tagging him as a joker can be distressing”

Elvish also emphasized the idea that constant negative portrayal in the media or comedy can lead to sadness.

Bigg Boss 17 is making headlines as tensions and drama escalate, contributing to the show’s high TRP. Amidst the chaos, Anurag Dobhal, popularly known as The UK07 Rider, has become a focal point of attention. Anurag is nominated until the end of the season for damaging Bigg Boss’ property. In a show of support, Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav took to social media to express solidarity with Anurag Dobhal.

Elvish Yadav recently shared a vlog on YouTube discussing Bigg Boss 17. In the vlog, he and his mother highlighted how each contestant has a unique personality. Elvish emphasized that everyone has their own style of playing the game, and it’s ultimately up to the audience to decide whose game they believe is the best.


Elvish Yadav expressed his concern, stating, “One thing that bothers me, brother, is that the entire world seems to be against him.” His mother nodded in agreement and responded warmly to her son’s opinion.

Elvish Yadav requested internet bullies to refrain from harassing Anurag Dobhal. Despite the turbulent behavior, the YouTuber speculated that Anurag might be getting along well with other contestants inside the house. Elvish also emphasized the idea that constant negative portrayal in the media or comedy can lead to sadness.

Moreover, the former Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner stated that creating memes about Anurag Dobhal and labeling him as a ‘joker’ might be very distressing for him after his eviction from the Bigg Boss 17 house. Finally, the 26-year-old concluded by saying, “I am just giving my personal opinion, the rest is up to you, if you want to make jokes, make them, but once put yourself in his place and think.” According to Elvish Yadav, tagging the vlogger in ‘Joker’ songs, memes, and other online content is a form of bullying.

In another vlog, Elvish shared, “There were many people commenting on my video for Anurag that even I have bullied people. I agree and admit that I was young and I used to make roast videos mocking and bullying people but with age I have matured enough to understand that there is no need to hurl abuses. I am a changed person now and if still there would be any scope of change then I will surely implement it.”

He further added, “Anurag is our brother and we are all supporting him. We will do everything possible to show him support. My only request is that please stop only promoting hate and bad things about Anurag, I haven’t watched the episodes but I am sure that there will be something good that he is doing inside the house.”