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