Salman Khan and Arijit Singh were recently in news after the latter posted an apology letter to the superstar that went viral on social media. Now, Bollywood singer Mika Singh is likely to become the mediator between Arijit and Salman.
Mika said that he will talk to Arijit about the incident and added that he should concentrate on his singing more now. "I have decided to discuss this when I will meet Arijit. However, I feel Arijit is quite young and maybe he has done a mistake unintentionally. Several times, we express ourselves on the award functions, but later we realise our mistakes," Mika told IANS.
"I think it is a very small thing. My best wishes to Arijit. He should concentrate on his work. He is a very brilliant and a talented singer in Bollywood," the Punjabi singer added.
Arijit had earlier posted an apology on Facebook, requesting Salman not to remove his version of a song that he had sung for the movie "Sultan." Although the singer soon deleted the post, it went viral in no time.
The concerned song was apparently "Jag Ghoomeya" that was eventually sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and was included in the film's jukebox. The apology letter was in connection to an incident during Star Guild Awards 2014.
Salman was co-hosting the event when Arijit was called on stage to receive an award for the song "Tum Hi Ho." The singer was apparently asleep when his name was announced and reacted only after a while.
He woke up and went to the stage to receive his award and Salman jokingly said: "So gaye the!" Arijit responded to the joke saying, "Aap logone sula diya yaar." To this the "Sultan" actor retorted that such slow songs would make anyone fall asleep. While neither Salman nor Arijit looked annoyed by the jokes on the stage then, the actor was apparently miffed with the singer due to the incident.