Singer and TV host Aditya Narayan has revealed that he was ‘rejected’ by girlfriend Shweta Agarwal, when he first requested her out, and was apprehensive after listening to ‘bad things’ about his status. The couple will quickly tie the knot, after being collectively for a decade.
Aditya, the son of famous singer Udit Narayan, and Shweta met on the units of their movie Shaapit. He mentioned he requested her out to lunch as a bonding train, and after being turned down his mom needed to step in.
He advised Times Now, “Actually, one cannot call my first date a date in real because we were shooting for our film, Shaapit, at that time. I asked her to hang out with me and have lunch, it wasn’t a date kind of set-up. In fact, she had rejected me for that matter as well. Then, my mother was the one who told her that you should have lunch together since you both are doing a film. So, we went to a restaurant named 5 Spice in Oshiwara, and vo muh fulaake baithi thi (she’d pulled a face) for 30 minutes as if she had no interest in life. Bohot badi meherbani ki thi saamne baithke (I’ll forever be grateful for her having the heart to accompany me).”
He mentioned that Shweta was apprehensive about him, and his status as a womaniser. But she realised that he was a ‘family man’ when she noticed him work together together with his household. “I clearly remember shoe liked me for the first time when she saw me bonding with my family members, so she realised that I am a family man, and for me, relations matter. Because even she had heard bad things about me that main ladkiyan ghumata tha (chuckles). So, I could understand her apprehension,” he mentioned.
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Aditya made headlines this week after first claiming that he had run out of his financial savings throughout the lockdown, and dismissing these claims as being exaggerated. “After working for more then two decades and that too working continuously how can I go moneyless?” he’d clarified in an interview to TellyChakkar.
In the unique Bollywood Bubble interview, Aditya had mentioned, “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.”
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