Adnan Sami on Aamir Khan’s remarks on India from 2015&
Singer-musician Adnan Sami on Friday was requested about actor Aamir Khan’s remarks from over 5 years in the past, whereby the actor had expressed that his spouse Kiran Rao would not really feel protected including that she had recommended that they need to most likely depart India, owing to the “intolerance” within the nation. In his response, the singer defined why he selected to calm down in India regardless of having many different choices. Adnan questioned as as to whether his choice of coming to India and settling down right here as a Muslim would not say one thing about how safe he would really feel within the nation.
“I am not here to answer whatever Aamir Khan has to say. As far as I am concerned, I am a Muslim. I respect all religions, I celebrate all religions. I celebrate humanity in whichever form it comes. I had so many options, but if I felt that I wanted to come to India, being a Muslim doesn’t that say something about how secure I would feel,” mentioned the singer in response to the query raised by one of many viewers members at India Ideas Conclave 2020.
The singer-musician additional mentioned that as a Muslim, he feels protected in India including that this solutions the query of anybody feeling unsafe within the nation, reported information company ANI.
For the uninitiated, when Aamir had expressed his opinion on “intolerance” in India again in 2015, the actor had obtained large backlash on social media.
Adnan, whose father had served in Pakistan Air Force, was additionally requested concerning the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. To which, he mentioned that the CAA is for “fast-tracking people wanting citizenship” including that it is not for the Indians in India.
The singer additionally talked concerning the violence in Delhi and urged individuals to speak and keep peace. Spreading the message of affection and interesting the man residents for peace, the singer shared, “I hope peace is restored soon. Being a musician, I always talk about love and peace. I request everyone to talk and maintain peace.”