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Sonu Nigam say’s about Music Mafia,Music Mafia is Bigger than in Films.



Suicide by Sushant Singh Rajput’s has sparked a debate on social media and many fans of the actor are outraged about his untimely demise. Bollywood has been shaken up and blame game regarding the film industry’s treatment towards Sushant is being brought under the scanner. Some celebrities like Kangana Ranaut and Shekhar Kapoor have been said about the mafiagiri of the film industry,And now Indian musician Sonu Nigam who recently expressed his thoughts on the same. He said the music mafia is bigger than the film mafia in the country.

Sonu Nigam recently shared a vlog on his Instagram where he spoke about his concern in the music industry. He doesn’t want some other artists from the music and film industry to take such a drastic step just like Sushant. Sonu can be heard saying, “Today, Sushant Singh Rajput, an actor has died. Tomorrow you can hear the same about any singer, music composer or lyricist because there’s a bigger mafia that exists in the music scene in India. I understand there’s a business involved and people want to rule. I was lucky to debut at a young age and hence was able to escape this mess. But it’s a difficult scenario for the new kids”.

Sonu Nigam highlighted a couple of music companies that use their power and end up creating a lot of trouble for singers, composers, lyricists. He said, “Be kind to the young talents. Don’t push them to the wall. Even my songs have been dubbed a number of times. It’s humiliating to call a singer, make him record songs and then dub his songs”.“Be kind so that more people don’t commit suicide,” he said.

Sonu Nigam is stranded in Dubai. In his latest interview with Mid-Day, Sonu revealed that he couldn’t risk his life by traveling and therefore, decided to stay in Dubai for some more time until there’s normalcy in the state. He was told that his Mumbai concert had got canceled and that’s when he decided to spend some more time with the family living in Dubai.


After donating Rs 50 lakh to CM relief funds, actor Rajinikanth urges everyone to follow Covid safety guidelines



Superstar Rajinikanth on Monday met Tamil Nadu chief minister MK Stalin in Chennai to extend his support to the state’s effort to battle the second wave of coronavirus. The superstar also contributed a sum of Rs 50 lakh to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. Last week, the newly-elected chief minister had appealed to the public and the private organisations to generously contribute towards relief work during the Covid-19 pandemic.

I request people to follow all the safety guidelines laid down by the government. Only then we will be able to defeat the coronavirus pandemic,” Rajinikanth told reporters after meeting with the chief minister.

And answering Stalin’s appeal, the who’s who of the Tamil film fraternity have been making significant contributions to the CM’s fund. Earlier, Ajith donated Rs 25 lakh and Suriya along with his father Sivakumar and brother Karthi gave a combined cheque of Rs 1 crore for the fund. Director AR Murugadoss ( Rs 25 lakh), actor Sivakarthikeyan (Rs 25 lakh), director Vetri Maaran (10 lakh), actor Jayam Ravi, his brother Mohan Raja and their father Mohan (made a joint donation of Rs 10 lakh), Soundarya Rajinikanth, her husband Vishagan and father-in-law SS Vanangamudi (together donated Rs 1 crore), Sun Pictures (Rs 30 crore) and many others have already contributed to the state’s relief fund.

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