Misbehaved with fans in live concert, hit them with mike and snatched mobile phone and threw it…
Aditya Narayan Video: Durg. A surprising video of singer Aditya Narayan, son of famous Bollywood singer Udit Narayan and who hosted the television show Indian Idol, is coming out. In this video, during the live concert, singer Aditya Narayan got angry and snatched the mobile phone of a fan watching the live concert and threw it into the crowd. Aditya Narayan’s actions are going viral on social media. His fans have not liked this action of Aditya at all and users are continuously trolling him.
According to the information, the incident here took place in Bhilai, Chhattisgarh. Singer Aditya Narayan’s concert was organized there in the college event. Aditya was singing the song ‘Aaj Ki Raat Hona Hai Kya’ from the movie ‘Don’ on the stage and his fans were standing below and enjoying it. Also were making their videos. During this time, who knows what happened to Aditya Narayan that he came to the edge of the stage. Hit a fan with a mic and then snatched his mobile phone and threw it away. The people attending the concert did not understand this attitude of Aditya at all. When the video was posted on social media, different reactions started coming. Some users said that Aditya Narayan’s father is very kind, but his behavior is completely different. Watch the video here…
Bhilai of Chhattisgarh. Shameful act of Singer Aditya Narayan: Misbehaving with fans in live concert, hit him with mic and snatched mobile and threw it… pic.twitter.com/90gEfZXGAY
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Let us tell you that this video of Aditya Narayan is becoming increasingly viral on every social media platform. Everyone is angry at his actions and expressed their displeasure. One user wrote on social media, “Earlier, Aditya had also misbehaved with the ground staff at Raipur airport.” One user wrote, “He doesn’t know what he is proud of. Thrown the poor guy’s phone.” Another user wrote, “Talent-1%, arrogance-99%.” Similarly, other users are also getting angry and commenting on them.
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