Comedian and YouTuber Utsav Chakraborty, who was once associated with AIB has been blamed for sending explicit messages to ladies, including minors, via social media. It began as a Twitter thread about a gathering of Indian men’s vulgar conduct on-board a cruise, which Chakraborty denounced. A Twitter client, at that point, got on to the thread to discuss the most exceedingly awful mystery in the Indian comedy circuit – the sexual maltreatment faced by ladies because of the male comics.

She began a thread censuring Utsav Chakraborty’s sexual harassment with women, including minor young ladies. He has been blamed for requesting that minors to send ‘nudes’.

Meanwhile, stories shared by other ladies on Twitter, point by point episodes where Chakraborty had professedly sent them unsolicited photos of explicit nature, requested nudes, and generally carried on in profoundly inappropriate ways. Some of the women have also said that they were minors at the time of being reached by Chakraborty.
As the affirmations picked up footing on Twitter, AIB issued an announcement saying they were pulling down all the videos featuring Chakraborty, and furthermore communicated their regret over giving a protected workplace to him. The group said it has been following the allegations against Utsav Chakraborty on social media and these describe a pattern of behaviour that is unacceptable.

Prominent stand-up comedians such as Varun Grover, Aditi Mittal and Kaneez Surka have called out on Utsav Chakraborty.

Utsav has apologised for his behaviour in a series of tweets and said he has no excuse for it.