Aditya Narayan Reveals Why He Left Anchoring Says Channels Wont Pay Me Any More | Did Aditya Narayan leave anchoring because of money? Speak


Aditya Narayan, son of famous TV host and Udit Narayan, has said goodbye to the hosting of ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ after 15 years. Aditya released a post announcing that he is quitting ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’. Although Aditya did not write anywhere in his post that he is quitting hosting only. But during the recent AMA session, Singer made it clear that he has said goodbye to hosting, not just the show.

During the session, Aditya said, ‘I want to give time to Twisha, Shweta and family. Hosting doesn’t excite, challenge me the way it used to. I want to focus more on my singing/dance/fitness. After having Kovid twice, my fitness has been affected a lot and continuous shooting, concerts on it. Aditya admitted that this was the right time to leave hosting as he was at the peak at this time. The anchor said, ‘I am on top of this game. In the last 4 years, I have hosted every singing reality show on all channels. It’s best to leave when you’re on top. Channels will not give more money than what they are giving me now. Only A+ League actors or producers make more money.

Aditya wrote this post: Recently the winner of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa was announced which was won by Nilanjana Ray. After the show ended, Aditya wrote an emotional post on his Instagram and told that now he is doing Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Quit. In this post, Aditya shared some photos related to the show, in which he is also seen with some other people including Papa Udit Narayan, Judge Himesh Rashmiya, Shankar Mahadevan and Vishal Dadlani. Sharing this post, Aditya wrote, ‘With a heavy heart… I am saying goodbye to the hosting duty of the show that gave me my identity… Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. From a small child of 18 years to a young boy who has a beautiful wife and daughter. 15 Years…9 Seasons 350 Episodes. Time really flies. Thank you Neeraj Sharma my brother.

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