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Sonu Nigam's commentary in Pakistan and the singer supporting Anu Malik have not been successful with singer Sona Mohapatra. But Sonu says that every problem "does not need to quarrel".
During a summit, Sonu explained why so many songs are remixed these days. "Sometimes I think it would be better if I come from Pakistan. At least I would have offers from India, "he joked.
He also said, "If you say, Anu Malik met me this morning, that's fine. You accused him without any proof; accept that too. If he (Anu Malik) had wanted to say something, he could have said a lot. But he does not have it.
"If I say that you behaved badly with me, you will ask me for proof. But there is no proof, right? Despite this, people respect the accusers who tarnish the name of Anu Malik. But how can you ban it? How can you rip off its butter? How can you torture his family?
Following Sonu's comments, Sona, who accused Anu of sexual misconduct, tweeted on Wednesday that she felt "so disappointed to hear him talk like this".
The wife of composer Ram Sath also wrote: "So much sympathy for a millionaire in distress? So much empathy for her privileged family after being "tortured"? What about dozens of girls and women that he has tortured? Several testimonials are not enough?
"Not 1, but more than 100 women and men can attest to Anu Malik's deplorable abusive behavior. I suppose Mr. Sonu Nigam expects all of these underage women / girls to: a) use tape recorders b) carry spy cameras, another way of collecting evidence, because they have a lot to do to defame him? "
Regarding Sonu's comment in Pakistan, she said, "Are Arijit Singh, Badshah, Vishal Dadlani from Pakistan, however?
"You had your moment under the sun, darling. India names a new 'male super star' every 3/4/5 years without fault. Do not blame Pakistani artists. Likewise, do not mix art and music with politics and ideology. "
While "keeping the decorum," Sonu responded to her tweets by stating, "The respectable lady who vomits on Twitter is the wife of someone I consider very close to me. Therefore, even if she forgot the relationship, I would like the decorum. "
"Koi jaanvar hee hoga jo movement meToo ko support nahi karta hoga
(Only one animal will be against #MeToo). "
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Women "with frankness and courage, shaming their oppressors" are a refreshing sign of changing times, he said.
"Women have long been oppressed in their lifetime and it is high time to put an end to this state of mind of treating them as goods or trophies. Today, they walk hand in hand and shoulder to shoulder with men, "said Sonu in an interview. statement to IANS.
He also asked, "It's good to accuse someone, but to punish someone?" How is this true? Is not it the job of the law to punish? "(Aarop lagana sahi hai … by saza dena? Ye kaise sahi hua? Saza dena toh kanoon ka kaam haina?)
He also talked about lynching.
"Public aga saza da theek hai, toh phir garib, maasoom insano ka, ek pagal bheed ke dwara gau maas sha sha may mai chori, rape there is chorane ke shak mai, peg-peet Kar dalna bhi sahi hai?"
"Is not it true that 99% of the #MeToo members are worthy, but a small percentage is engaged in lynching the media without allowing the law to take its course, especially when all members of society have supported movement? asked, speaking of the movement that is against sexual harassment and aggression.
"Every problem does not have to be played forever. Look at the positive side. Men have now learned to "behave" with women. Some sacrifices of strong women have done magic. And this paves the way for a peaceful and safe work environment for the present and the future. After shame and revelation, we should let the law take its course. "
He continued: "There is on one side an accuser, on the other a witness and in the middle a person who inflicts punishment. And on the other side, the accused. If only you are the accuser, the witness and the person inflicting the punishment, then you should also get the punishment. "
(Ek taraf hota hai aarop lagane wala, aur ek hota hai gawah, aur beech mai hota hai saza dene wala Aurusri taraf hota hai aaropi agar aap hee aarop lagane wale hai, toh phir saza paane wale bhi aap hee bitterly chahiye. )
"Long live the empowerment of women."
S addressing back to Sona, he said: "And my respected lady, as for my best idea of being born in Pakistan, go see the interview properly and make sure that I speak for any fraternity, including foreign singers. and not me.
"And I would not say anything about the names you mentioned to compare me, but all I can say is that I chose to defend my land and be part of the collective movement for the implementation of the Constitutional Amendment, that your husband also is part of, with us.And you have witnessed all this.
"So, choose your words with conscience. And as for me, having had my moment, well thanks for the love. I am very grateful to God for that, "he concluded.
Earlier Wednesday, he had also stated that he had immense respect for artists around the world, including Pakistani singers.
"I have always been of the opinion that everyone should be welcomed in India. I am very friendly with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Atif Aslam. Shafqat Amanat Ali has a charming voice and I am convinced that everyone should enjoy the same respect in our country, but in the same breath, I would like to add that Indian artists should enjoy the same facilities as their foreign counterparts. If that does not happen, then it's unfair, "said Sonu in a statement to IANS.
"In recent years, the music industry has evolved and most artists belong to a music company. The company earns by receiving a percentage of its artists' pay, which is a great business strategy and works well for everyone involved. My only point was that this same percentage rule should also apply to foreign artists, solely for the sake of equality and transparency of all artists of our country, from all over the world, "he said. -he adds.
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