Singer Sonu Nigam on Sunday wished India ‘Good morning’ but in a different style. In order to give a proof, he shared a video of azaan which can be heard loud and clear from his apartment.
Goodmorning India pic.twitter.com/gG8lqPZTSQ— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) April 23, 2017
Questions were raised against the National Award winning singer when he raised his voice against the use of loudspeakers at religious places.
Nigam’s neighbour and struggling actress, Shraddha Das had contradicted him and wrote a Facebook post in which she said there’s no loud noise of azaan.
Shraddha wrote, “There are so many police vans and media outside Sonu Nigam’s house. I live right next to him, can see it from my window since the last few days but strangely I have never heard the Azaan in morning at my place. It is hardly audible. N now I hear he just shaved his head and for the first time there is so much traffic outside our homes.” However, she deleted her post soon in order to avoid any controversy.
Sonu Nigam has sarcastically attacked those who have raised voice against him in a video tweet with a caption ‘Goodmorning India’. The singer’s recent tweets have divided the Bollywood fraternity with actors including Anupam Kher and Richa Chadha can be seen supporting him completely. However, Wajid Khan and Mika Singh have criticised him openly.