MUMBAI:Neeraj Bharadwaj, an actor by profession for the last 15 years ,who played the role of Chirag Modi alias Mota Bhai in the popular serial Saath Nibhana Saathiya successfully for six years,he had quit the show when for six months there was no track for him. And currently Bandhan Kachche Dhaagon Ka aired on DD is nowadays seen travelling in an a/c cab , whenever he is travelling for his shoots. According to sources, the actor owns a Toyota Fortuner and used to travel in it, but of late he is seen coming in hired vehicles.
The reason is being learnt that these days he does not have a driver to ferry his car. The driver has been fired due to his negligence. On quizzing about this, Neeraj Bharadwaj replied, “All my staff is like my family members. But my driver was careless and was not taking proper care of my vehicle. I even bought him a bike for his convenience to travel to and from my place. But still, I disregarded it, until he hit the last nail in the coffin. Recently, I asked him to withdraw Rs. 50,000 cash from my bank. He went on his bike and returned empty handed with an impractical excuse that he misplaced the money on his way back. This was not the first time and won’t be the last. Instead of encouraging him for his blunders, which could be more in the future, I thought it best to remove him from the job.”
On asking about why not driving the car himself, Neeraj Bharadwaj replies, “I know to drive the car but I prefer to be driven especially during my shootings. This way I feel fresh and energetic. Nevertheless I believe in astrology too. According to it till the year 2018 the time is not good and there is inclination of a colossal accident. So, I am avoiding driving myself. Anyway, very soon I will hire another driver and you will see me travelling in my own car once again.”
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