Ajey Nagar, popularly known as Carry Minati is one of the most popular YouTubers in India. His latest video has been creating a huge buzz on social media. As many are aware, in his latest YouTube video, Carry dissed Bigg Boss 14 and took a dig at the contestants appearing in music videos. From mentioning Eijaz Khan, Rakhi Sawant to Rubina Dilaik and Jasmin Bhasin, Carry left no stone unturned to diss the BB contestants.
For the uninitiated, in his video, Carry also talks about Rahul Vaidya. He called him a backbencher who doesn't even want to perform tasks. He also made fun of Vaidya's decision to quit the show, and then come back again. And now, Rahul Vaidya replied to Carry Minati's roast in his own way. Taking to Twitter, Rahul wrote, 'Kuch logon ka naam kaam se hota hai aur kuch logon ka naam auron ko badnaam karne se hota hai.... @CarryMinati maza aya bro.'
As many already know, Rahul is currently shooting for Rohit Shetty's stunt-based show Khatron Ke Khiladi. The singer, who is an active social media user keeps giving treating fans with his handsome photos. Sharing a series of pictures on Instagram, Rahul wrote, 'Be a game changer. World is already full of players.' On the other hand, Rahul recently announced his new song dedicated to Aly Goni and Jasmin Bhasin's relationship. Taking to Instagram, he wrote, 'A song extremely close to my heart made for people I love! ALY out on 27th @alygoni @jasminbhasin2806.'
On the personal front, Rahul is dating Disha Parmar. The couple was all set to tie the knot, but the wedding was postponed. Earlier, in an interview with ETimes, Disha shared, "Rahul and I have decided to wait and haven't locked on a date for the wedding. We want our closest friends to be present at our wedding, so we have decided to wait. Even if you cut down people, I would like a minimum of 50-70 guests at our wedding, so we are hoping that things will get better and the pandemic will go away from our lives."
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