Salman-Arijit controversy: Mika says he'll speak to Arijit
Mumbai: Singer Mika Singh said that he will speak to fellow singer Arijit Singh regarding the controversy related to superstar Salman Khan for a song in film "Sultan".
Mika, speaking in the controversy when at a launch of Archana Kochhar's kids collection, said: "I have decided to discuss this when I will meet Arijit. However, I feel Arijit is quite young and maybe he has done a mistake unintentionally. Several times, we express ourselves on the award functions, but later we realize our mistakes."
"Aashiqui 2" famed singer Ariji, recently posted an apology letter on Facebook requesting Salman to forgive him and let his song remain in upcoming "Sultan". He later deleted the post, but it had gone viral by then. Arijit believed that Salman was upset about some comments Arijit made about Salman at an awards show.
And after the soundtrack was released recently, there is no song by Arijit in it. It is being reported that the song in question is "Jag Ghoomeya", which has been credited to Rahat Fateh Ali Khan.
Mika added: "I think it is a very small thing. My best wishes to Arijit. He should concentrate on his work. He is a very brilliant and a talented singer in Bollywood."
The 'Jumme Ki Raat Hai' singer has also lent his voice for Salman in the film. About his song, Mika said: "I would like to thank Vishal-Shekhar, Aditya Chopra, big bro Salman Khan and Yash Raj Music for giving me a beautiful song. I think I have sung such a lovely song after a long time. It's a fast romantic song and titled '440 Volt'. I hope people will love that."
Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, "Sultan" is slated to release July 6.
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