Singer Aditya Narayan’s Reaction After Bhilai Concert Video Goes Viral: “I Am Answerable To The Almighty”

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Singer Aditya Narayan’s Reaction After Bhilai Concert Video Goes Viral: “I Am Answerable To The Almighty”
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New Delhi:

Singer Aditya Narayan has been making headlines ever since a video of himself from a concert in Bhilai went viral. In the viral video, the singer was spotted forcibly snatching a phone from a fan in the crowd and throwing it away. Now 3 days after the incident, Aditya Narayan, in an exclusive chat with Times Now, has reacted saying that he is answerable to the “almighty.” When asked about the incident, Aditya Narayan told Times Now, “Honestly, no comments. I am answerable to the Almighty. That’s all.”

Earlier, the concert’s event manager, in an interview with Zoom, said, “That boy was not even a college student, he must be someone from outside the college. He was constantly dragging Aditya’s feet nonstop. He was very irritating. He banged his phone on Aditya’s feet multiple times. After that only did he lose his cool. He must have taken almost 200 selfies with this student. The whole concert went smooth apart from this. After this incident, the show went on for almost two hours. If the student was right, he would have come forward.”

The event manager added during his interaction with Zoom, “Even Darshan Rawal stopped doing such college events because these kinds of activities keep happening in every city. People don’t know the truth behind everything. You just see one side. He kept continuously hitting and dragging Aditya, what if he had fallen down? If this boy was right, he would have come forward and told the college authorities that this has happened to him. I have been connected with the college since many years and they haven’t had a good concert like this one ever. They have said so themselves.”

Check out the viral video here:

Aditya Narayan has lent his vocals to numerous hit songs including Ishqyaun Dhishqyaun, Main Nikla Gaddi Leke, and Tattad Tattad.

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