Who is Sandy Saha? A Kolkata-based social media influencer, Sandy Saha has been fined for dancing on the city’s Maa Flyover.
After Saha posted it on his social media handles, the video went viral in no time. In the video clip, we find Saha parking his car on the busy flyover and stepping out of the vehicle. The influencer can then be seen crossing the road and dancing on Main Aayi Hoon UP Bihar Lootne.
Many social media users tagged the Kolkata Police in the comments of Saha’s video. They urged the authorities to take an action against this unsafe activity. The police sent a notice to Saha and the people who were present with him when the video was shot. They also sent a notice to Saha’s driver for illegal parking.
Who is Sandy Saha? Five things to know about the influencer
- Sandy Saha is a YouTuber, influencer, comedian and actor. He is the first openly-gay participant of the MTV reality show Roadies Xtreme. He was also a participant at another reality show on MTV titled Elevator Pitch.
- Besides being a public figure, Saha is associated with social work. He runs an NGO named Ichhe Foundation which caters to the needs of underprivileged children and street dogs. He puts in a part of his earnings into helping them.
- Saha identifies himself as an LGBTQ rights activist.
- Talking to Inuth in 2018, the ex- Roadies participant said that though he had taken part in the Bengali version of the show, the reality show that aired on MTV gave him much exposure. He further added that his popularity was majorly negative because of the rampant homophobia in the society. However, after participating in the show, he gained a huge fanbase of people who constantly ask him how they could prepare for the show.
- The comedian also appeared in 2018 the reality show Hurdle Hawk and the 2019 Bengali movie Bibhaho Obhijaan (Marital Adventure).
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