In his latest interview off late, renowned television and film actor Ayub Khan says haven’t earned any money since one and half year.
Sharing about the financial crisis he has been hit with due to lockdown imposed post the COVID 19 outbreak, in his recent interview conversation, well known film and TV star Ayub Khan says haven’t earned any money since one and half year.
Also opening up on how he hasn’t been working regularly post the lockdown because of which his financial status has taken a hit, in the new interview with a leading digital entertainment portal, film and TV star Ayub Khan says haven’t earned any money since one and half year.
Best known for his role in TV serial Uttaran, the actor also spoke about how if the coronavirus situation will not improve soon now, he may be forced to take help.
Speaking about the entire financial crunch being faced by him, Ayub Khan in the interview was quoted saying, “I haven’t earned any money since the last one and a half year, and am down to the last little pennies now”.
Talking about the latest 15 days lockdown imposed by the Maharashtra government, Ayub says, “It is affecting work, and emotional state as everyone is struggling. It’s been one and a half years since I’ve not been working (regularly). I’ve earned no money. So, the strain is huge”.
He also went on to add, “You can’t do anything. You just have to make do with whatever you have. And, God forbid, if things go from bad to worse, one will have to put out a hand for help. What else can you do?”.
Hoping that the situation also becomes better by that time, currently seen in the Dangal TV show Ranju Ki Betiyaan, Ayub asserted, “By that time, if things don’t get better or I don’t start working, I’ll have to start asking for help. So, I do hope things get better soon and everyone gets back on track”.
During the first lockdown and extended lockdowns within the last year itself, both the film and television industries did suffer lot of losses as many shootings did come down to a halt and then slowly we also saw how the industries resumed working and also got themselves accustomed to the new normal however the curbs being imposed now yet again by government to stop COVID 19 spread has furthermore also added to the woes.