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VIRAL VIDEO: Outrage as Aditya Narayan Throws Fan's Phone During Concert, Netizens Slam Singer's Behaviour

Outrage ensues as Bollywood entertainment industry's singer Aditya Narayan throws a fan's phone during a concert in Chhattisgarh, sparking social media condemnation. WATCH VIRAL VIDEO BELOW.

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Aditya Narayan, son of Udit Narayan, faces backlash after video surfaces of him throwing a fan's phone during a live concert in Chhattisgarh. The incident, captured on camera, sparked outrage on social media, with netizens condemning the singer's actions as rude and disrespectful.

The viral video shows Aditya performing at a concert in Bhilai when he seemingly loses his temper and snatches a fan's phone, hurling it into the crowd before continuing his performance. The incident occurred during his rendition of the song Aaj Ki Raat from the movie Don.

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While the audience at the concert was taken aback by the singer's behaviour, social media users also expressed their anger and disappointment. Many criticized Aditya for his actions, questioning his attitude despite his father's humble demeanour. Some called for legal action against him for damaging personal property.

Check out the reactions below:

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Aditya Narayan, known for hosting the singing reality show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa 2023 and his Bollywood tracks like 'Ishqyaun Dhishqyaun' from Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, has faced scrutiny for his behaviour in the past. Despite his musical talent, his recent actions have tarnished his reputation among fans and critics alike.

As the controversy unfolds, Aditya Narayan's conduct during the concert continues to draw criticism, highlighting the importance of respecting fans and their belongings in the entertainment industry.

 

 

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