Aditya Narayan is enjoying happy times with his fiancé Shweta Agarwal as they are set to take their relationship to the next level, and tie the knot in November or December. It was just a couple of days back, Udit Narayan’s son opened up about his love life and the love of his life, Shweta Agarwal. But it seems like times are not that joyful for Aditya. Ahead of his wedding, the singer and TV host revealed that he has gone bankrupt, Yes, you heard that right! During his latest interview, Jr. Narayan revealed that owing to the lockdown due to COVID-19, he’s left with just Rs 18K in his bank account.
Speaking to Bollywood Bubble, Aditya Narayan said that if life is not eased by the government then people will die of hunger. Talking about himself, he revealed that he has finished his savings and he even withdrew all the money from Mutual Funds to survive. Aditya Narayan further adds that if he doesn't start working in October then he may have to sell his bike for survival.
He told the portal, “If the government extends the lockdown even further, people will start dying of hunger. My whole savings are depleted. I’ve literally finished my savings. All the money I had invested in Mutual Funds, I had to withdraw all of that (to survive). Because nobody had planned that I wouldn’t be working for a year and yet chilling it out. Nobody plans it like that. Unless you’re like some billionaire.”
“So there is no choice. Like I’ve Rs 18,000 left in my account. So if I don’t start working by October, I would have no money. I would have to sell off my bike or something. It’s really tough. At the end of the day, you’ve to take some harsh calls. When you take those harsh calls, there will be a certain section of people who will say that this decision is incorrect,” Jr Narayan added. (ALSO READ: Indian Idol 11 Host Aditya Narayan May Not Attend Neha Kakkar And Rohanpreet Singh's Wedding - Here's Why)
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