Armaan, persecuted by politics, is leaving Bollywood

Indian singer Armaan Malik has said that he has decided to stop singing in films due to politics in Bollywood. He also said that he was removed from the song without any reason in Raj Shamni’s broadcast.

“Once upon a time I was removed from a song for no reason. I was very afraid of this. I thought I was not a good singer. But I knew very well what kind of singer I was. If I had not sung the song well, I would have accepted it, but it would have been removed for political reasons. Which I did not accept,” he said. Moreover, he said that singers do not even get paid for singing songs in films.

‘ We love music and pay is what we need. But we don’t even talk about our salary. The filmmakers used to say that if the song becomes a hit, the singer will earn money from the live show,’ he said, ‘We are asked to be free to come to the studio. We go, we sing and another day another singer sings. This is a story that every person knows.

He has lent his voice in many songs including ‘Hum Nahi Sudhrege’ in Golmaal Again, ‘Jaan Hai Meri’ in Radhe Shyam, ‘Tum Hai Aapna Bananki Kasam’ in Hate Story 3, ‘Pahela Pyaar’ in Kabir Singh, ‘Huwa Hai Paheli Baar’ in Sanam Re. .

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