Indian Idol's Kishore Kumar special episode controversy has been making headlines everyday for multiple reasons. As many already know, Amit Kumar, son of the legendary singer Kishore Kumar earlier made a guest appearance on the show and had later said that he was asked to praise all the contestants no matter what. He even added that he didn't enjoy the episode at all. Post that, Aditya Narayan had made statements about the same and it added more fuel to the fire.
Udit Narayan has now responded to the controversy. The singer called his son Aditya's behaviour childish and even added that Amit Kumar should't have said such things after coming out of the show. He said, 'I saw Amit's episode, I could see that he enjoyed it. When you agreed to be on the show, you should not have said such things after coming out. We are often invited so we can watch new talent and also polish them, we are also paid for this. This process of learning and teaching continues throughout life. Often, we are not too strict with talent, fearing they may be overwhelmed with negativity.'
Talking about his son, Udit Narayan said that he is not mature yet. 'He is childish and emotional. He has been on the show for some time and has got attached to it. That is why he got too sensitive. If you see, no one from the platform spoke and the entire burden came upon Aditya,' said Udit. Adding to that, he said that it is not right to put the entire burden of controversy on Aditya. He also said that Aditya approached him over the matter but he did not discuss it as he wants the matter to cool down before having a conversation.
Aditya was trolled left, right and center for his statement. In conversation with Subhash K Jha for SpotboyE, addressing the trolls, he said, 'To all trolls who are trolling and lashing out at me I say, Shashtaang Pranaam to all and God bless you.'
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