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‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’ has created a lot of buzz among fans and garnered a lot of attention due to its intriguing content. The makers recently extended the show, presented by Salman Khan, by two weeks. So far, five participants have been ousted from the reality programme, including Puneet Superstar, Palak Purswami, Ayesha Siddiqui, Akanksha Puri, and Cyrus Broacha.
While Bigg Boss fans are overjoyed with the show’s extension, it looks that the producers are preparing to add more drama to the house by bringing in wild card candidates. While there has been no official confirmation, the internet is buzzing with news of Elvish Yadav entering the Bigg Boss OTT house.
WHO IS ELVISH YADAV?
Elvish is a well-known YouTube creator who creates successful short films on the platform. Elvish owns two channels, ‘Elvish Yadav Vlogs’ and ‘Elvish Yadav’, and concentrates on high-end cars. His two channels have 4.7 and 10 million subscribers, respectively. He creates videos on the first channel and offers regular updates with his admirers on the second.
Elvish, 25, also operates his own non-profit organisation, the ‘Elvish Yadav Foundation’. On Instagram, he has over 5 million followers. According to his Instagram bio, he is also the founder of’systumm clothes’.
He is from Gurugram and attended Amity International School for his education. He received his B.com degree from Hansraj College in Delhi. He began YouTubing in 2016 and quickly received a positive response from spectators. He became well-known for his Haryanvi accent in his videos. By February 2018, he had over a million subscribers on YouTube, and by 2019, his channel had more than 4 million members.
Elvish Yadav Bigg Boss OTT 2
Elvish Yadav was in the news a few months ago when a distressing video of two guys stealing flower pots from a G20 event in Gurugram went viral on the internet in March 2023. Social media users stated that the car in the viral video and Elvish’s car in a Rajasthan rally have the same registration number. The popular influencer, however, took to Twitter to clarify that the car did not belong to him and urged everyone not to disseminate false information about him.