An interesting controversy has sparked on social media and to an extent that there seems no end to it. Yes, we are talking about the hot recent verbal spat between Sonakshi Sinha and singer Armaan Malik on twitter. It all started after singer Armaan Mallik in a statement asked actors to stop turning singers, and at least allow the professionals to sing at the concerts, hinting at Sonakshi Sinha singing at the upcoming Justin Bieber concert. However, post controversy, Sonakshi revealed that she is not performing at the concert and that she was never approached for the same.
In the wake of Sonakshi Sinha-Justin Bieber concert row, now Sonakshi Sinha’s brother Luv Sinha posted a long write-up on Facebook on Wednesday evening. He hit out at Armaan and his music composer brother Amaal Mallik, questioning them over acting in the music videos.
In a sarcastic reply, Amaal was in no mood to take Luv’s comment so easily and made fun of Luv’s rather unsuccessful Bollywood career. Amaal, who recently composed few songs for Sonakshi Sinha’s Noor, also wrote in a long post that he has lost all the respect for the actress.
Luv Sinha wrote on Facebook:
An actor that sings isn’t trying to steal a singers job. It’s like saying I’m trying to steal a photographer’s assignment because I enjoy taking photos or I’m going to direct because I understand film making . Maybe the two brothers who think they can criticise others should think about how they perform (Some singers are very good performers though!) when they try to display their “acting” skills in music videos or when they dance on stage. if you don’t want actors to sing thats fine, some of them are not good at it but then stick to the radio because my eyes can’t handle seeing bad untrained actors trying to emote either. I’m referring to the self appointed guardians of music #Amaal and #ArmaanMalik. Would these two have the guts to call out Mr Bachan or Mr Salman Khan or point a finger at them for singing? At least an actor can’t steal expressions, while we all know how good certain music directors have been at stealing tunes or how “live” their performances really are. Many who have risen fast have fallen even faster because of their arrogance and attitude. Let’s hope better sense prevails with age and experience and their new found fame doesn’t go to their head more than it has. (sic)”
Here’s the post:
Amaal Malik took no time to reply, here’s what he wrote: