Sonu Nigam Patches Up With Bhushan Kumar Years After Ugly Public Fight And Calling Him ‘Music Mafia’!

Things turned sour between Bhushan Kumar and Sonu Nigam since 2020 after Sonu Nigam called out T-series head honcho Bhushan Kumar after calling out Music Mafia in Bollywood

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Sonu Nigam Patches Up With Bhushan Kumar Years After Ugly Public Fight And Calling Him ‘Music Mafia’!
India’s ace singer Sonu Nigam had a strained relationship with T-Series’ head honcho Bhushan Kumar. However, things appear to be settling down for good between the two and the latest reports suggest that the two conflicting forces have finally patched up. 

Things turned sour between the two since 2020 after Sonu Nigam called out T-series head honcho Bhushan Kumar after calling out Music Mafia in Bollywood. The singer also made things evident as he spoke about the producer’s connection with Abu Salem and his sexual misconduct allegations by Marina Kuwar. 


A lot transpired thereafter and even Bhushan Kumar's wife, actress and producer Divya Khosla Kumar got involved in it. She reacted to his claims and reminded him of his underworld connections and how his entire career has been blessed by her father-in-law Gulshan Kumar. However, it seems that they have let all the water under the bridge.

Now, a recent Hindustan Times report quoted a source who was quoted as saying that the reconciliation occurred last year, before Laal Singh Chadha. 


“Aamir Khan wanted only Sonu to sing a song (Main Ki Karaan) for Laal Singh Chaddha, the music for which was owned by T-Series. Bhushan extended an olive branch, and they mutually decided to meet and talk things out. At the end of it, they decided to let bygones be bygones. That also led to Sonu agreeing to collaborate on Shehzada, a film co-produced by Kumar and music composed by Pritam. He sang the title track. And things are all fine now. In fact, Adipurush, Bhushan’s most ambitious film, had a song sung by him too. Sonu also happily consented to be in the Jai Shri Ram cover along with other singers,” a source was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times. 

Sonu Nigam commented about the same and said, “Let’s not make a big deal out of it. Peace and love is what should prevail eventually.” 

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