Which is the real Aditya Narayan: Recent Phone-Throwing Incident

Ayushi Rajput February 13 2024 6:06 PM


In a recent incident at Rungta College in Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, Aditya Narayan grabbed a fan's phone from the crowd and tossed it into the air during his performance of 'Aaj Ki Raat' from the film 'Don.' This act has once again brought attention to the singer's recurring pattern of controversial behavior. 

The Patterns of Misbehavior

The recent phone-throwing incident is not an isolated event in Aditya Narayan's history. 

  • In 2017, at Raipur Airport, he engaged in a heated altercation with officials over excess baggage charges, using offensive language and even threatening, "Mumbai pahunchne de, teri chaddi nahi utaari toh mera naam Aditya Narayan nahi (If I don't strip you, my name isn't Aditya Narayan)." 

  • A road accident in 2018 further added to the list of controversies when his car hit an auto-rickshaw, leading to injuries. He took a wrong U-turn, leading to the accident. The reports further stated that Aditya's Mercedes Benz rammed into the auto-rickshaw from behind in front of the Indralok Building, Lokhandwala Back Road in Andheri West. After that, the singer took the injured to the hospital for treatment. By the end of the day, he was also granted bail with a fine of Rs 10,000. Versova police station has reportedly filed a case of rash and negligent driving and causing grievous hurt under IPC sections and dangerous driving under the Motor Vehicles Act against Aditya.

  • In a pub in 2011, a woman slapped Aditya for making a mean comment. Even though he denied it, this made people question how he behaves in public.

The Discrepancy Between Reality Show Persona and Public Actions

On reality shows, Aditya comes off as this friendly guy, cracking jokes and all on reality shows. But outside the controlled environment, he's throwing phones and making a scene. What's the real deal? It's like two different people!

The recent incident at the college, along with previous episodes, highlights the discrepancy between his carefully curated reality show persona and his behavior in the public eye. 

The question arises: Which is the real Aditya Narayan – Is it the friendly face we see on reality shows, or is it the person who shows a different side in public?


The recurring incidents compel us to think whether Aditya Narayan can control his anger and arrogance. His actions go beyond a single incident. Celebrities have a responsibility to set a good example, despite the pressure they face, they must show restraint and kindness, especially in public. Apologizing in controlled environments is not enough; genuine change is needed.

This incident raises concerns about privacy and accountability. It's not just about apologizing for a PR stunt but taking responsibility for potential data loss and emotional distress caused to the fan. As the public, should we keep forgiving celebrities for this kind of behavior? Or should we demand better?

Aditya, it's time to take a good look in the mirror. He needs to reflect on his actions and address the consequences of his behavior. The incident at the college is more than just a PR hiccup – it's a breach of trust with the fans who contribute to his success. It's time for Aditya Narayan to show genuine remorse, return the fan's phone, and consider the impact of his actions on the public who admire him. 

It's not just about your image; it's about treating your fans right & this isn’t also just about a damaged phone; it's about the emotional and financial impact on the fan.

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