Vocalist Sona Mohapatra on Monday attacked reality melodic show Indian Idol and its appointed authority Anu Malik on Twitter. After a client tweeted, “#Indiaidol #sonytv seems like #AnuMalik has been vindicated of the #metoo claims. @sonamohapatra. He is immovably in #judge seat since the previous few weeks,” Sona reacted with a terse, “Rubbish loves junk.”
Music writer Anu Malik, who was first blamed for lewd behavior by vocalists Sona Mohapatra, Neha Bhasin and Shweta Pandit during the #MeToo development, ventured down from being an appointed authority on the mainstream Sony TV show Indian Idol in 2019. Afterward, Malik delivered his assertion to the media about his remain on the allegations against him. He has now gotten back to pass judgment on’s seat.
Guaranteeing that he didn’t do anything incorrectly, Malik had delivered an explanation on Twitter, a piece of which read, “It has been longer than a year that I have been blamed for something that I haven’t done. I have been quiet this while as I was trusting that reality will surface all alone. Yet, I understand that my quiet on the matter has been confused as my shortcoming… Being a dad of two girls, I can’t envision submitting the demonstrations that I am blamed for, not to mention do it.”
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Indeed, Malik had requested ‘equity’ in his assertion on the online media and expressed, “The show should go on. Yet, behind this cheerful face, I am in torment. I’m in a dim space. Also, equity is all I need.”
Since the time then, at that point, Sona Mohapatra has been quite vocal in communicating her dismay at the style in which Anu Malik returned as the appointed authority on Indian Idol, regardless of the genuine idea of claims. She had likewise composed an open letter at that point.