TV's 'Hanuman' Nirbhay Wadhwa was troubled by financial constraints, had to sell expensive bikes to survive
The economic system of the country has collapsed due to the lockdown caused by Corona. People are not only struggling with this disease, but many are also facing financial crunch. The situation of many has become such that they have to eat bread for two times. At the same time, TV TV's 'Hanuman' Nirbhay Wadhwa also had to deal with hardships due to the lockdown. He remained unemployed for the last one and a half years. To survive, he had to sell his favorite bike.
Recently, while talking openly about his situation, Nirbhay Wadhwa told in an interview that sitting at home for almost one and a half years made things worse. Due to this lockdown all my savings got exhausted. Nothing was working. Live shows were also not happening. There was some payment left, that too was not received.
Nirbhay further said that I am fond of adventure. So I had a super bike, but I was forced to sell it. That bike was in my hometown in Jaipur, they took a big decision to sell the bike to meet the expenses. Selling the bike was not easy for me, as it was a very expensive bike.
The actor said that he had bought his bike for Rs 22 lakh. Hence it became difficult to find a buyer. Eventually, the company itself sold the bike for nine and a half lakhs. Many memories of Nirbhay were associated with this bike.
Let us tell you, Nirbhay Wadhwa has now got the job and he will soon be seen in the role of Hanuman ji in the TV show 'Vidhnharta Ganesh'. Even before this, the actor has appeared in Sankat Mochan Mahabali Hanuman.