Udit Narayan - Personal Life

Personal Life

Narayan is a resident of Mumbai. He has married twice: to Ranjana Narayan Jha and Deepa Narayan Jha. His second wife, Deepa Narayan, whom he married in 1985, is a singer. The two recorded an album together titled Dil Deewana. They have son, Aditya Narayan, who is a former child actor, singer and television presenter. Aditya Narayan started his singing for child artists in Nepali film with his father before starting his singing career in Hindi movies in the 1990s and also acted in a few films.

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