Well, content creators need no specific platform to share their work. Though TikTok has been temporarily banned in India amidst the India-China violence at the border, Faisal Shaikh who achieved a lot of fame due to the app has now switched his path to Instagram. Faisal aka Faisu is now creating videos and uploading on Instagram, giving the promised amount of entertainment to his fans. However, his latest video has left his fans, friends and us shocked and amused.
In his video, we have Faisu sipping in some sanitiser as a prasad. Yes, we are not joking. The video has him and his friends stepping out of a place. While leaving they are given drops sanitisers on their hand at the door. His friend uses sanitiser correctly, but it is Faizu who sips it as a prasad. Now, all the Indians would know what we mean. We all have this habit of taking prasad when we leave a temple. Well, that's the habit that got Faisu mistaking sanitiser as prasad.
However, the best part is his friend's reaction who is following Faisu. He is shocked, amused and totally stumped. As Faisal uploaded this video on Instagram, all his fans are having a tough time controlling their laughter. Check out the video here.
Meanwhile, though TikTok got banned, Faisal did not lose hope and enthusiasm in creating videos and doing what he does best. Rather he motivated all by making a thunderous roar on Instagram. Post the ban of TikTok, he had posted an image saying, "Each new day is a new opportunity To improve yourself take it And make the most of it .Pic credit @fionalenzphoto. #keepgoing #keepmotivating #faisusquad #kbye."
Last, Faisal was in the news as he posted a video with Jannat Zubair enjoying the cool breeze of the ocean as they chill on a yacht. (Also Read: TikTok Star Faisal Shaikh AKA Mr Faisu Lip Syncs To Sushant Singh Rajput's Khairiyat; Fans Are Having A Literal Meltdown)
Image Source: Instagram/mr_faisu_07
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