Ankit Tiwari’s Cameraman Faints on Stage; Singer Stops Concert, SHOCKING Video Goes Viral | Watch

Ankit Tiwari stops his Mumbai concert mid-way.

Ankit Tiwari stops his Mumbai concert mid-way.

Fans are all praise for singer Ankit Tiwari for stopping his live concert mid-way to offer water to his cameraman who fainted on stage. Watch video here.

Singer-composer Ankit Tiwari stopped his concert mid-way after his cameraman fainted on stage. The concert took place at Carter Road Amphitheater in Mumbai on June 8. In a video, shared by Instant Bollywood on Instagram, Ankit is seen rushing toward his cameraperson after the latter fell down while shooting the singer-composer’s gig.

Ankit then stopped his live concert mid-way to offer water to his cameraman and asked him if he was okay. Fans are all praise for the ‘Sunn Raha Hai’ hitmaker for being considerate and showing empathy to his staff.

One user wrote, “This is called humanity.” Another one commented, “He is a gem.” “Such a humble guy,” a third comment on the video read.

Ankit Tiwari has had his fair share of ups and downs in his life. In 2014, a series of serious allegations by his then-girlfriend hampered his flourishing career. Although he was acquitted and cleared of all charges in 2017, Ankit admitted that it had a severe impact on his career. In an interview, the singer had spoken about how he was sidelined by the industry.

Ankit composed and sang for films like Aashiqui 2, Singham Returns and PK, before the controversy almost sabotaged his career.

Speaking to Navbharat Times, he had said, “People stopped working together, pulled their hands back. Without giving any reason, they withdrew me from many projects. Most of my work which was in the finishing stage was also closed. I lost so much. But that doesn’t mean I gave up. I have been doing something.”

Ankit added that while the phase was tough, it taught him who his true friends in the industry were. “When such phases arrive, very few people stand with you. There were some people in the industry who were with me, whom I actually call my family. Those with whom I have worked were also in my support. It is said that when all the doors are closed, God keeps one gate open. The same happened to me. When all the doors were closed, one gate was open. I left from there too. I have come a long way now,” he added.

In April 2017, Mumbai Sessions Court acquitted Ankit of all charges after the prosecution could not furnish evidence to back the allegation. The singer-composer eventually made a comeback to Bollywood and has since sung in films like Badhaai Do, Baaghi 2, Malang, Sadak 2, Big Bull, and Shiddat among others.

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