Sibasish Tinsel Town will provide you all you want to know about Aditya Narayan’s past…
Aditya is of nepalese origin. His father,udit narayan is actually from saptari,nepal and his mother is also nepali.
Aditya started his musical career when he was just 4 years old, rendering a song for a Nepali film called Mohoni. He later sang alongside his father in Akele Hum Akele Tum in the year 1995, and then alongside Asha Bhosle in Rangeela where he also appeared on screen for the first time.He further gained popularity when he sang “Chotta Bachcha” in the 1996 film Masoom for which he also numerous awards, including the Screen award. He also appeared as a child artist in Pardes alongside Shahrukh Khan and Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai. In Jab Pyar Kississe Hota Hai, he was playing the role of the son of Salman Khan. In 2000 Aditya took a break from Bollywood on account of his changing voice. He also took the time to pursue his education, and spent a year in London pursuing a diploma at the Tech School’s Of Music, London. In 2007 he returned as host of the popular musical show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007 which went on to become the most watched television show of all time. Aditya also hosted Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs International On Zee TV. There are rumours from reliable sources that state that he has also been signed for 2 Bollywood movies, out of which, one is an untitled film by Yash Raj Films and a second called Thirteen. Aditya will be hosting IIFA 2009, which is to be held at Bangkok, Thailand. He will also be hosting Sa Re Ga Ma PA challenge 2009.
Aditya was loved & appreciated for his work as the host of SaReGaMaPa Challenge 2007 and Lil Champs 2007/08 not only by his fans but also by ctirics alike. He bagged numerous awards in his debut year on television, a feat unachieved by any other television celebrity in the past. :
- -Global Indian Television Award: Face of The Year
- -Idea ITA Award: Star of the Year
- -Sansui Television Award: Face Of The Year
- -Lions Gold Award: Best Anchor of a Television Program
- -Cinegoer’s Award: Best Anchor of a Television Program
- -Kalakaar Award: Best Anchor of a Television Program