Singer and host Aditya Narayan is in the middle of an ugly controversy, thanks to his brawl with an airline staff member. The video of him abusing the staff publicly went viral in no time and this created outrage amongst people. When his father and renowned singer Udit Narayan was asked about it, he earlier defended him saying that he is a well- behaved kid. However, as per the latest reports in DNA, Udit Narayan finally broke down and said that he would make Aditya make an public apology for his misbehavior. Also Read - Indian Idol 12 Host Aditya Narayan Quits The Show - Fact Check
Udit Narayan was quoted saying, “I was unaware of the developments until someone told me about it. I couldn’t believe it. Aditya is not like that at all. Though he’s our only child, my wife Deepa and I have brought him up with the correct values. So, I was sceptical about the truth of the incident until someone showed me the video. What can I say? We’ve all lost our cool at the airport at some point or another. Aditya was unfortunate enough to have been caught on video.” Also Read - Aditya Narayan Says he And Shweta Agarwal Never 'Lived Together' Before Marriage, Had Few Trips
He also further assured, “If Aditya has misbehaved it is wrong. As soon as I get back to Mumbai, I’ll have him issue a public apology. Right now, he’s very scared and nervous. Making it worse is the attack from all corners as though he has committed a major crime. I agree it’s wrong to misbehave in public. But in my humble opinion, it’s equally wrong to attack someone who is caught on the wrong foot. Aditya is a self-made child.” (ALSO READ: Aditya Narayan Loses His Cool, Abuses And Threatens To Strip The Airline Staff – Watch Video) Also Read - Indian Idol 12: Himesh Reshammiya Breaks Down In Tears After Mohammed Danish's Performance, Know Here Why
Well, looks like Udit has finally watched the video of his son passing abusive comments to the staff. It is to be seen whether the ‘scared’ Aditya comes out to apologize publicly or not. Stay tuned to India.com for more updates.