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‘Bigg Boss 16’ Fame, Abdu Rozik Reveals People Used To Throw Money On Him When He Used To Sing


Bigg Boss 16, Abdu Rozik is one of those contestants who won hearts with his one-liners within the first week of the reality show. While the show was able to garner the interest of the masses, Abdu Rozik left a strong mark in the hearts of all the Indians. However, the journey of Abdu Rozik from his birthplace, Tajikistan to Dubai to India, has not been easy.

Abdu Rozik revealed that people used to throw money at him because of his short height

Abdu Rozik graced Maniesh Paul’s podcast and shared his journey from being zero to a hero in the hearts of everyone. The 19-year-old, who hails from Tajikistan and now lives in Dubai, had seen a tough phase in his life. Abdu revealed that he used to sing in markets and had seen a lot of difficulties. He shared that rich people used to see him sing and would throw money on him.

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Abdu also shared that people used sho him away from markets because of his short height, and there were people who would not give him money. He was quoted as saying:

“Life was not easy. Once you become from zero to 100, you understand how life is good. When you are rich, you see people like me singing, they would throw money at me. I was small in height and sang in a bazaar, some people would shoo me away. People won’t give money, they would throw money.”

Abdu also revealed that he had seen more drama in his real life than inside the Bigg Boss 16 house. He talked about his experience of how everyone around him grew up taller and troubled him for his short height. He also shared that he thanks God for his life and the good heart he has. 

Abdu also stated that he had faced bullying all his life. He shared that people would mock him for coming to school late, they would call my home ‘bathroom-sized’. His house would be in a bad shape, with water leaking, snow falling inside. He had a three room house, but the bathroom was outside. He further added:

“My father used to work in building constructions and in 2-3 months he would bring home 200-300 dollars. I would go to the city 1-2 times to sing. But then our house crashed, we got hurt and it had to be rebuilt. That’s when I had to go and sing regularly to earn more money. I had a small phone and I could hear songs on it and learn. Then some media people came and recorded my video and it reached more people. Then people started helping me. I opened Instagram and I got 25K followers in one day.”

Well, Abdu Rozi is an inspiration for many. He proved that if you are a good person, nothing else matters! 

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