Singer Aditya Narayan, who is all set to tie the knot with long-time girlfriend Shweta Agarwal, opened up on his wedding plans including the financial crisis he has been facing ahead of his big day.
Aditya told Bollywood Bubble, that the COVID-19 pandemic has hit him on a monetary level. He said that his savings have depleted, and was surviving on the money he had invested in Mutual Funds, due to no work.
The 33-year-old added that as of now he has only Rs 18,000 in his bank account, and if he doesn’t start working in October, he will run out of money, and will probably sell his bike.
Aditya and Shweta met on the sets of their debut film ‘Shaapit’, and have been going steady for the past ten years.
He told Times of India that like every relationship, theirs has also been through a lot of ups and downs. He added that his parents like her a lot and he is happy to find his soulmate in her.
On the work front, Aditya has sung some of the popular tracks in Bollywood, besides hosting reality shows. Meanwhile, Shweta has worked in a handful of south films alongside actors Prabhas and Kichcha Sudeep to name a few.
Narayan released his new single, 'Kyun' in August. However, he could not release the music video of the song, because his plan to shoot for the video with Shweta had to be put off due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
"‘Kyun is essentially a song about one-sided love and we wanted to shoot a lovely music video, but the pandemic happened, and I didn't want to put anybody in trouble. In fact, it was the first time that my girlfriend and I were going to shoot a music video together, but we couldn't," Aditya told IANS.
"So, for the safety of my loved ones and the crew, we decided to postpone it. We will be shooting the music video once things get better, but for now we decided to put something out. So, we came up with a very interesting animated lyrical video where we essentially animated ourselves," he added.
"Kyun" was released on his birthday, August 6. The song is composed by Akash Sawant and written by Tushar Kamat.