Arijit Singh posts public apology to 'Sultan' Salman Khan, deletes it later
Arijit Singh posted a public apology on Facebook to Bollywood superstar Salman Khan pleading him to not remove a song he has sung in 'Sultan'. The singer, however, deleted it later fearing it will backfire
Popular Bollywood singer Arijit Singh on Tuesday posted a public apology on Facebook to superstar Salman Khan pleading him to not remove a song he has sung in the actor's upcoming film 'Sultan'. The singer, however, deleted the post later fearing it will backfire.
Arijit Singh and Salman Khan
Gossip mills have been abuzz about Salman Khan being miffed with Arijit Singh after the singer allegedly 'insulted' the actor at an event.
The 'Tum Hi Ho' singer wrote in his Facebook post that he tried to apologise a number of times to Salman but to no avail. Arijit said he had to resort to a public platform because even after apologising to Salman personally, the actor didn't budge.
In the post, Arijit also pleaded Salman to retain his song in 'Sultan', saying, "I have sung enough songs sir. But I want to retire with at least one song of you keeping in my library. Please do not take away this feeling."
Read Arijit Singh's post:
Arijit Singh later deleted the post and wrote that he hoped Salman gets his letter 'someway', but expected his move to backfire.
The trailer of Salman Khan's 'Sultan' was unveiled yesterday. (Watch it here!)
Will Salman respond to Arijit? We'll have to wait and watch!