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Amaal Mallik makes his stance clear on Anu Malik, says ‘Kaam Achha Hain Doesn’t Mean Aadmi Achha Hai’

Singer Amaal Mallik was recently trolled by a fan who asked him to respect seniors like Anu Malik. The singer however shut down the troll with his savage response.

Music composer Amaal Mallik seems to be acing the social media game currently. The singer is currently on a retorting spree and is giving trolls a taste of their own medicine. From calling Salman Khan fans “Bhaitards” and proudly flaunting his Srkian stance, Amaal is on a roll. Recently, the sensational singer gave a befitting reply to a troll who blamed him for disrespecting senior artists like Anu Malik. Not one to take things lying down, Amal gave a quick savage response, reminding
everyone of Anu Mallik’s MeToo allegations.

During one of his Twitter interactions, a troll said that success has gone to the singer’s head and he must respect senior artists like Anu Malik. To this Amaal responded that the composer maybe a music legend but he does not respect him as a person. He wrote, “aadmi ka kaam or Aadmi ka behavior alag hain, Kaam achha hain doesn’t mean aadmi achha hain”.

Check out his tweet here:

In one of his Twitter interactions he also replied to a fan who asked if he is related to Anu Malik. To which he said, “Thank God nahi hoon”.

Following Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise, Amaal has been very active and vocal on social media
about nepotism. The singer-composer was among the few people that came out in solidarity with Sonu Nigam on Music industries nepotism and camps in Bollywood.

Meanwhile, Amaal Mallik recently composed music for T-Series with singers Armaan Mallik and Tulsi Kumar. The song “Zara Thehro” released on July 7th and has over 30 million views on YouTube.

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