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Abhijeet Bhattacharya says his songs made Akshay Kumar a star

Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya believes she should be credited with the success of film stars such as Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty. Abhijeet said in his statement that Akshay was previously known as ‘the poor Mithun Chakraborty’.

Abhijeet Bhattacharya is the voice behind many 90 hits like Sheher Ki Ladki, Zara Sa Jhoom Lu Main and more. He said he was only made to sing for the stars. Akshay Kumar is one of Bollywood’s most successful actors and often ranks among the world’s richest people in the entertainment industry.

He said that he was only made to sing for the stars, not the actors. No matter how good he sing, if someone is not a star, it doesn’t help. There is Shah Rukh Khan on one side and Suniel Shetty on the other. Now, SRK is a star. He said in an interview with India.com that every time someone decided to turn a song on Suniel, it had to be aggressive and violent. I sang for Suniel and SRK. All my songs quoted from both of these players were great.

Abhijeet Bhattacharya says his songs made Akshay Kumar a star
Abhijeet Bhattacharya says his songs made Akshay Kumar a star

“My music made Akshay Kumar a star. When he was introduced, he was not a star. He was previously known as ‘Gareebo Ka Mithun Chakraborty’ as Mithun was known as ‘Gareebo Ka Amitabh Bachchan’. , Raj Kapoor, or Rajesh Khanna Akshay became an actor after the Kiladi (1992 film Abhijeet had sung many popular songs including Waada Raha Sanam), and all his later films called Khadi.My voice has come to suit them all. These are actors who were not stars before but my songs have turned into stars, ”he added.

Abhijeet was recently spotted on the Indian Idol 12 episode. After his appearance, he criticized the judges of the reality show for being ignorant and told Bollywood Spy in an interview, “I told them (the Indian Idol team), I’m not asking for a job, I’m asking for my own right “People work under me. I’m an employer. They call people who have sung four songs in their lives. You make those people judges who don’t like music. They’re just commercial. They’ve been given the best songs, but they don’t give you any music.”

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