Actor Nirbhay Wadhwa, who plays Hanuman in a TV serial, has been unemployed for the last one and a half years.
Mumbai, June 9- Coronacha (Corona) The blow has hit all regions of the country. Lockdown (Lockdown) And stricter restrictions have affected industry and business and many have lost their jobs. Yala Cineworld (Bollywood) And the TV industry (TV Industry) Are also no exception. Lockdown is having a big impact on the TV industry. Shooting of TV serials is stalled. This situation has caused many artists to take to the streets. Many artists and technicians are facing economic crisis due to the depletion of capital. Some artists and technicians are also looking for alternative employment.
Nirbhaya Wadhwa, who plays Hanuman in a similar TV serial (Nirbhay Wadhwa) Has been unemployed for the last one and a half years. Nirbhaya is in financial trouble as he is not getting work due to lockdown. So your favorite bike on it (Bike) It’s time to sell.
On TV, Hanuman Nirbhay Wadhwa spoke openly about his difficult days. Speaking to E-Times, he said that the situation became critical as he had to stay at home for almost a year and a half without work. All my savings ran out during this lockdown. Nothing worked. Live shows also close. Some payments were due, but not received. I love adventures. So I have a super bike. But in this situation I had to sell it. This bike was in my village in Jaipur. I decided to sell this bike to cover the cost. Selling this bike was not easy for me. Because it was a very expensive bike, said Nirbhay Wadhwa.
Speaking further, Nirbhay said that he had bought this bike for Rs 22 lakh. This made it difficult to find a buyer for the sale. In the end, I sold the bike to the company for Rs. There are many memories of Nirbhaya with this bike. Nirbhaya is currently playing the role of Hanuman in the TV series Vighnaharta Ganesh. Right now everyone is going through a difficult situation. But I have not given up hope. I believe in karma. Soon public life will be normal. I have continued my work and will soon be able to afford to buy another bike. “I hope for the best,” said Nirbhaya Wadhwa.