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's tweet supposedly appears to be in response to some reports that claimed azaan cannot be heard near the singer's apartment in Andheri West and that his tweets on azaan were for mere publicity
On Sonu Nigam's azaan row, Javed Akhtar said, "As far as I think, no matter if it's a Masjid, Mandir, Church or Gurudwara, do your prayers, but it shouldn't disturb anyone else"
Kangana Ranaut said: "I can't speak for anyone but I really love azaan. But that's not to say what he is saying shouldn't be considered"
Sonu Nigam is being applauded on Twitter after shaving his head in defiance of a 'fatwa' issued over his tweets on the azaan
Sonu Nigam addressed the media on the controversy over his tweets and said: "You have to fight the fanatics, you can't just hide and comment from Twitter"
Sonu Nigam announced that he will shave his head in the afternoon, in response to a fatwa allegedly issued by a Muslim cleric in West Bengal
An old video of Priyanka Chopra speaking to reporters about azaan in Bhopal is going viral
Sonu Nigam tweeted: "Dear everyone. Your stand exposes your own IQ. I stand by my statement that loudspeakers should not be allowed in mosques and temple"