Ayub Khan on facing financial crunch during COVID: Have not earned any money since last one and a half year
Mainstream television entertainer Ayub Khan, who has included in shows, for example, 'Uttaran', 'Shakti: Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki', and 'Ranju Ki Betiyaan', has opened up on confronting a monetary mash during Covid instigated lockdown. While addressing Times Now Advanced, the entertainer uncovered that he "hasn't had any work in the final remaining one-and-a-half years and is currently utilizing his reserve funds wisely". Communicating his dread over another lockdown in Mumbai in the wake of rising Coronavirus cases, Ayub affirmed that if the city observes another lockdown, he will "need to relax for one more 18 months and it will have a major issue on his hand."
Likewise, in a meeting, the 53-year-old entertainer discussed confronting the monetary smash during Coronavirus and said that he has not brought in any cash since the final remaining one and a half years, and he is down to the last little pennies now. HT cited him as saying, "I haven't brought in any cash since the final remaining one and a half year, and am down to the last little pennies now."
The entertainer likewise communicated his dread that if the progressing Coronavirus circumstance doesn't improve and work doesn't refocus soon, he'd have no other alternative except for to pay special mind to help.
"You can't do anything. You simply need to manage with whatever you have. What's more, God deny, if things go from terrible to more regrettable, one should put out a hand for help. What else would you be able to do?" Ayub added.The senior entertainer additionally referenced that he had lost two of his uncles two or three companions to the Covid.
In the mean time, other than his extraordinary spell in the Broadcast business, Ayub Khan has likewise showed up in films including Farhan Akhtar's Dil Chahta Hai, LOC: Kargil, and Gangaajal.