Bollywood actor Salman Khan has finally responded to claims made by Indian singer Arijit Singh who stated that the Bajrangi Bhaijaan star was angry at him and had his song for the movie Sultan intentionally removed.
When asked as to what did he think about Arijit Singh’s apology to him, Salman retorted by asking “Who’s that?”
The Sultan actor then went on to say that it was not his decision or call to include or exclude a particular song from a movie. Hence, he also stated that there was no reason to get so upset over the entire issue.
“In every film, there are lot of singers who sing. It’s the director and producer who make the choice of who is going to be the best voice for the film. One voice was mine but that was also rejected. So why get so upset and hurt? This is life. Then smart comments…post… you come to know the intentions,” said Salman, taking a dig indirectly at Arijit.
Jag Ghoomeya was initially recorded by Arijit Singh but was then re-recorded by Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Salman had also sung a version of the song.
Arijit had claimed last month that Salman had intentionally refused to take his song for his upcoming movie Sultan. Arijit stated that Salman could have been angry due to the fact that he had made a joke about Salman during an award show three years ago.
Salman’s Sultan is set to release on Eid.