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News |  07 Jun 2016 12:06 |  By RnMTeam

Salman-Arijit controversy: Mika believes that Arijit could have made a mistake unintentionally

MUMBAI: Singer Mika who was recently seen at the launch of Archana Kochhar's kids collection opened up about the Salman-Arijit controversy. The 'Mauja Hi Mauja' singer said that he will speak to fellow singer Arijit Singh regarding the latter's controversy around a song in Salman Khan starrer 'Sultan'. 

As reported in the media earlier the 'Aashiqui 2' singer sang a song for 'Sultan' however, the song was later removed on Khan's insistence. 

When Singh learnt about the same he went ahead to request Salman to retain his song in the film on his Facebook page. He also seemed to refer to an incident that turned out to be sour for both Salman and Arijit. Nevertheless, the public apology was later removed by the singer, but a little late, for it had made it to many publications by then. 

Check Arijit's comment on the same here.

Talking about the controversy Mika said, "I have decided to discuss this with Arijit when I meet him. I feel Arijit is young and maybe he has made a mistake unintentionally. Several times, we express ourselves at award functions, only to realise our mistakes later."

Mika further added: "I think it is a very small thing. My best wishes are with Arijit. He should concentrate on his work. He is one of the most talented singers in Bollywood."

Learn more about Sultan's songs here.

The 'Jumme Ki Raat Hai' singer has also lent his voice for Salman in ‘Sultan’. Commenting on the same Mika said: "I would like to thank Vishal-Shekhar, Aditya Chopra, big bro Salman Khan and Yash Raj Music for giving me a beautiful song. I think I have sung a song like this after a long time. It's a fast romantic song, titled '440 Volt'. I hope people love it."

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, ‘Sultan’ is slated to release on 6 July.

(Source: IANS)