Canadian singer Justin Bieber is set to tour India for the very first time, and fans are in a frenzy.
To which Armaan Malik reverted saying something what singers and musicans in this country have been feeling for ages now.
Well, there seems to be a wide gap between the actors and the singers.
Armaan made a rather harsh tweet saying that actors should only concentrate on acting, and leave the platform of singing for the singers. When Armaan Malik shared Kailash Kher' response over Sonakshi's act in Justin Bieber concert, the actress's Twitter reply led to a FIGHT and that didn't go down well.
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She captioned the statement on Twitter as, "Just chill chill. just chill".
"Of course I know Amaal is the composer but I clearly remem u both coming up to me after an event a while bk asking to do a song together", Sonakshi said. "It was speculated because I was approached and carried forward by publications and portals even after I stated in various interviews that it's not happening", Sonakshi wrote. And if anyone has a problem with that, in the wise words of baba Bieber himself... We don't get singer for another singer, but actor... We don't get singer for another singer, but actor... She had also performed at the gig when Coldplay came to India during Global Citizen Festival 2017.
And as expected, Sonakshi Sinha backlashed at Armaan responding by writing, "A secure artiste would always encourage another artiste to grow their skills and follow their dreams". Singer Armaan Malik's tweets agreeing with Mr Kher prompted Sonakshi into an argument with him, in which she appeared to mistake him for his brother, composer Amal Mallik. Shotgun Sinha and she snapped back tweeting, "And this is definitely not the same tune you were singing when you wanted me to sing for you (sic)".