Sonu Nigam faces ban by a Media house for supporting
MUMBAI: Bollywood superstar singer Sonu Nigam has been banned by a media over showing support to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader in his tweet.
Singer Sonu Nigam recently tweeted a video clip from a media house in which AAP leader Kumar Vishwas was seen addressing a farmers’ rally in New Delhi last week which witnessed the suicide of Gajendra Singh, a farmer from Rajasthan.
Attaching the video link to his tweet Sonu wrote, “I am far from politics but I feel this truth should come out for the sake of my poet friend Kumar Vishwas.”
Following this, the singer was allegedly banned by the media house, or so stated his following tweet.
According to some reports, Sonu was allegedly banned because he raised his voice in support of AAP leader Kumar Vishwas.
The media house had broadcasted a video of Dr Kumar Vishwas in which a voice could be heard saying ‘latak gaya’.
Music composer Vishal Dadlani tweeted in support of Sonu Nigam, “#IStandWithSonuNigam . Banning an artist of the calibre of @sonunigam for expressing a fair and justified view, is absolutely disgraceful!”