Ayushmann Khurrana makes Shocking Statement on Sonakshi Sinha and Justin Bieber Concert

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Ayushmann Khurrana makes Shocking Statement on Sonakshi Sinha and Justin Bieber Concert

 

 

Pop sensation Justin Bieber has finally landed in India and all his fans are dying to see him perform live at Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium at night. And not only the singer but the entire film industry is super excited to attend his Purpose India Tour concert. While many of his fans from Bollywood are making customized gifts for Bieber.

Recently, there was a huge debate concerning Sonakshi Sinha’s performance at the Justin Bieber concert. The actress was reportedly approached for a performance at the concert, which eventually didn’t materialise.

Kailash Kher, Armaan Malik and Sona Mohapatra criticised Sonakshi Sinha after realising she might share the stage with the pop star. They felt singers, and not actors, should be given the chance to front a music concert.

Justin Bieber has finally landed in India for his concert in Mumbai on May 10 as part of his Purpose world tour. The singer was received by Salman Khan’s trusted bodyguard Shera at Mumbai airport

During a recent interview with us, when we asked him about his take on the ongoing debate and his stand on the whole controversy, Ayushmann mentioned, “To begin with, let me tell you it is a very Indian tradition of lip-syncing songs. I have been doing musicals since childhood and there was this musical called Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Andy Lloyd Webber in film school and most of the actors in it were also singers. But in our country, it is a norm that we have lip-sync. In the West, you genuinely sing your own songs. So I don’t know what’s the whole hoopla about it. If you sing your own songs, it lends more credibility to your onscreen character.”

During a recent interview with us, when we asked him about his take on the ongoing debate and his stand on the whole controversy, Ayushmann mentioned, “To begin with, let me tell you it is a very Indian tradition of lip-syncing songs. I have been doing musicals since childhood and there was this musical called Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Andy Lloyd Webber in film school and most of the actors in it were also singers. But in our country, it is a norm that we have lip-sync. In the West, you genuinely sing your own songs. So I don’t know what’s the whole hoopla about it. If you sing your own songs, it lends more credibility to your onscreen character.”

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