Sona Mahapatra slams the channel for kissing Neha Kakkar, also questions on Vishal Dadlani



Music composer Anu Malik was removed as judge from the 11th season of Indian Idol. Singer Sona Mahapatra accused Anu Malik of sexual exploitation as part of the Meitu campaign. She was consistently opposed to being a judge on Anu Malik's show. Sona Mahapatra, known for her impunity, has once again come into the limelight. This time he has taken on a TV channel.

Sona Mahapatra has accused Sony TV of falsely promoting through a Facebook post. Sona wrote, 'It was a planning to make Anu Malik a judge. The channel wanted to grab everyone's attention with its infamy. This was part of their marketing, which included kissing a female judge (Neha Kakkar) by bringing a content to the show and editing her clip and promoting it. It is disgusting to use the topic of sexual harassment for commercial gain and promotion. '

Sona further wrote, 'I am confident that the team of Sony TV has made fun of their hobby by putting eyeballs and taking advantage of promotion. With this, Sona has asked Indian Idol judge Vishal Dadlani whether he will continue to be a part of this idiot or quit the show? He said that doing such things cannot be more important than money.

Earlier, Sona Mohapatra expressed her happiness over Anu Malik's withdrawal from Indian Idol. According to news from English website The Hindu, Sona Mohapatra called it her 'symbolic victory' after Anu Malik's withdrawal from Indian Idol. He said- This is good news. Sony TV showed some delay in taking this decision, But I am quite happy that he was finally removed from the show. It was a fight for the whole country. There were many people who did not want to see this person (Anu Malik) on national television, because it was giving the wrong message to the wrong people that they too can avoid doing so.

Sona further said that she was fighting for fairness and justice. Now knowing this, I feel that this is also the case of all the women whom he misbehaved with. Our fight is not over yet, it has started. We are not going to sit quietly. '

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