Pune rapper MC Stan, who lifted the 'Bigg Boss' season 16 trophy, shared that he is really disappointed for his friend and housemate Shiv Thakare losing out of the game. Shiv and MC Stan are known to be good friends on the show
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Pune rapper MC Stan, who lifted the 'Bigg Boss' season 16 trophy, shared that he is really disappointed for his friend and housemate Shiv Thakare losing out of the game. Shiv and MC Stan are known to be good friends on the show.
While talking to the media after being announced as the winner of 'Bigg Boss 16', MC Stan said, "Dil se bura laga (felt really bad that he lost)".
He further mentioned, "Par show shayad personality ke upar tha usne apna side rakha maine apna. Bahut kam maatra se haara, abhi usme main bhi kya kar sakta hoon (But, I guess the show was all about personality. He lost by a very small margin. I too can't do much in this situation as well)."
Stan is an Indian rapper, lyricist, music producer and composer. He became popular after the release of his song 'Khuja Mat' in 2019. He was introduced to rap music by his brother.
His one-liners such as 'Shemdi', 'appreciate you', 'Haq se', 'feel you bro' and 'Hindi matra bhasha' and 'Raavas' have caught the attention of all across the country.
Stan, who proudly calls himself as 'Basti Ka Hasthi', is one of the most popular faces in 'Bigg Boss 16' as he enjoys a fan following of 7.7 million on Instagram.
MC Stan was one of the most underrated players of the 16th edition of the popular reality show. Many thought he will be eliminated but made his way to the finale with his composed strategy.
MC Stan, whose real name is Altaf Shaikh, hails from Pune, Maharashtra. He was just 12, when he began singing qawwali. Before getting into rapping, Stan was into B-boying and beatboxing.
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