Sonu Nigam Tweets Against The Azaan, Calls It Forced Religiousness

Sonu Nigam Tweets Against The Azaan, Calls It Forced Religiousness

Sonu tweeted, "God bless everyone". While everyone was angry on Sonu Nigam, there were others who got confused between Sonu Nigam and Sonu Sood and landed the latter at the receiving end of many. Terming it as "forced religiousness", Sonu had questioned the use of loudspeakers for Azaan in morning.

And it's none other than actor Sonu Sood who was tagged on the social networking handle Twitter by many people as he shares his first name with the singer. One Twitter user said, "I'm a Hindu, but isn't the same "inconvenience" faced by non-Hindus, too, when we blare loudspeakers for Navratri and Ganesh processions?"

" Gundagardi hai bus [it is hooliganism]", he posted on Twitter on Monday.

The singer has expressed his anger on how he was forced to wake up early because of the sound of morning Azaan, the Islamic call to worship, from a local mosque. "Why then.? Honest? True?"

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Bollywood playback singer Sonu Nigam woke up in a foul mood on Monday morning and a freaky chain reaction of events that followed saw actor Sonu Sood being trolled for the rest of the day.

Sonu Nigam is an Indian playback singer whose songs have been featured mainly in Hindi and Kannada.

"(I) don't want to hear the azaan at dawn, nor do I want to hear a "Chikni chameli" tuned Ganesh Aarti at dusk. Today, mosques and temples, big and small, take pride in delivering their sermons via loudspeakers despite the Bombay high court directing religious places to follow silence zone norms. "When will this forced religiousness end in India". "Suggest a creative hashtag".

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