Mundan ke 10 Lakh
An Indian playback singer, Sonu Nigam who has been mainly been featured in Hindi and Kannada. He has also sung the songs in Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Tulu, Assamese, Odia, Nepali, Maithili and many more Indian languages.
Now a day he has come into the controversy and it is very easy for a celebrity to enter the controversies and arguments. As happened this time also.
Sonu Nigam has come into a debate on Tuesday with his four tweets, about his tolerance and annoyance at being woken up by Azaan and used the words like loudspeakers as "forced religiousness" and "gundagardi".
"I never thought that someone like me who respect Mohammad Rafi as his father, admires Ghulam Mustafa Khan and Mohammad Tahir his guru, whose trainer and driver are Muslims, has friends who read their namaz in his house, will be tainted as anti-Muslim," said by his hairstylist Aalim Hakim.
I respect you, my elder brother as a singer and if you have trouble with Azaan then you should change your house, Mika Tweeted.
Kumar Vishwas wrote on the micro-blogging website Twitter, "You cannot even make any 'hair' of your true heart, by throwing the swirl of his own, he has shaved the hatred ... " and Sonu commented on the same, Sonu Nigam also immediately thanked Kumar Vishwas ...
He got his head tonsured on Wednesday saying he was doing so to lay bare the "fanaticism" which was at the heart of the extreme response from Syed Sha Atef Ali Al Quaderi, vice-president of the West Bengal Minority United Council, to his statements. "Today at 2pm Aalim will come to my place, and shave my head. Keep your 10-lakh ready, maulavi," Nigam tweeted, and kept his word.
Let’s see where this discussion end’s up. But yes, Azaan is a holy prayer for Muslims like every Hindu Does. One should haven’t any right to say anything about any religion. All religion is same and there is only one God.