Aditya Narayan faces criticism after allegedly hitting a fan and tossing his phone during a recent concert. During a show at a college in Chhattisgarh, Aditya attracted numerous music enthusiasts. In a viral video, he was performing "Aaj Ki Raat" from Shah Rukh Khan’s film Don when he lost his cool over a fan. Despite unclear provocation, he appeared to strike the fan with his microphone, then grabbed and flung his phone into the crowd before resuming his performance. The video depicted the audience at the concert being shocked by his behaviour.
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