Sonu Nigam's tweet arrived three days after he corroborated that azaan is audible from his residence in Andheri West with a recording of the morning prayer
"I believe that Sonu Nigam will never do anything to hurt the sentiment of others," said Adnan Sami
In the one-minute video, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, shares placards, which introduces him and later, he starts with, "I had got my DNA test done and when the report came in, I found I'm, 16.66% Hindu, 16.66% Muslim, 16.66% Sikh, 16.66% Christian, 16.66% Buddhist and 16.66% all the other religion in the world"
"The amplification of the sound during azaan comes from insecurity. Not just here but also in Israel apparently where three different religions co-exist. It's been written about so I believe it's the same," said Saif Ali Khan
"Sonu Nigam has a good heart. I believe that Sonu Nigam will never do anything to hurt the sentiment of others," said Adnan Sami. However, Mr Sami also added that he's not seen the tweets himself and hence, cannot comment any more.
After singer Sonu Nigam shaved his head in response to a fatwa, Syed Sha Atel Ali Al Quaderi of the West Bengal Minority United Council told NDTV that's he's not going to pay the reward of Rs 10 lakh because all his conditions hadn't been met.
Singer Sonu Nigam shaved his head this afternoon in Mumbai, as promised in a tweet. Addressing the press earlier, Mr Nigam said, "Shaving hair is no challenge or negativity, it's a symbolic move - asking, what are you making this country? What are these fatwas?" The 43-year-old singer was referring to a Muslim cleric's offering of a reward of Rs 10 lakhs for anyone who would shave Mr Nigam's head and garland him with old shoes.