Saregama to replace Madhuban song featuring sunny leone within three days

Saregama to replace Madhuban song featuring sunny leone within three days

Saregama to replace Madhuban song featuring sunny leone within three days

Music company ‘Saregama’ has confirmed on Sunday that the company will change the lyrics and lyrics of its newly released song Madhuban. The company has taken this decision after Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra’s statement in which he said that the song has hurt the sentiments of Hindus. The Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh on Sunday warned the actresses of the song Sunny Leone, singers Sharib and Toshi and also asked them to apologize.

Music company official statement

In an official statement, ‘Saregama’ said, ‘Respecting the feedback and sentiments of the countrymen, we have decided that the lyrics and name of the song ‘Madhuban’ will be changed within three days. It will be replaced by a new song within the next 3 days. Saregama released this song on its YouTube channel on 22 December. Narottam Mishra had also said that Hindus worship Mother Radha, so this song has hurt the sentiments of the people.

Narottam Mishra said…

Narottam Mishra had told the reporter about the song, ‘Some heretics are constantly hurting the sentiments of Hindus. A similar step has been taken through the new song ‘Madhuban Mein Radhika Naache’. I warn Sunny Leone ji, Sharib and Toshi ji to understand this. If he does not apologize within three days by removing the song, then we will take action against him. Let us tell you that this song was released last week.

Sunny Leone Announced

At the same time, on 22 December, Sunny Leone announced this song by tweeting. He had said through tweet, ‘New Song Alert! Party vibe just with #Madhuban. Along with this, he performed on ‘Radhika like Radhika in Madhuban, dance in the jungle’. The opening words of this song are similar to the song ‘Madhuban Mein Radhika Naache Re’ from the 1960 film ‘Kohinoor’. It was sung by Mohammad Rafi and Dilip Kumar was in the song.

have done this before

In October this year, Narottam Mishra had objected to the way women were depicted in an ad on Mangalsutra to fashion and jewelry designer Sabyasachi. Just a few days before this, he also asked a bleach company to withdraw the ad in which the same sex couple was shown. He had warned the company after which it was withdrawn.

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