Bollywood writer Anu Malik who was back on Sony TV’s Indian Idol 11 won’t be a piece of the show any longer.
Last season, Anu Malik was expelled from the TV unscripted TV drama Indian Idol as judge. It came after numerous inappropriate behavior charges were leveled against him as a feature of the ‘Me Too’ India. In any case, he was back as judge this season with Vishal (Dadlani) and Neha (Kakkar).
Anu Malik has been on the jury board since the show’s commencement in 2014.
Artist and arranger Sona Mohapatra got one of the main voices to take a stand in opposition to him and from that point forward there has been part of protest about his rebound as judge.
Indeed, even Smriti Irani (Union Women and Child Development Minister) gave an explanation that “Through the database, all the sexual wrongdoer can be found the nation over with the goal that organizations, for example, schools, school or college can do individual verification while enlisting.”
Because of it, Sona Mahapatra posted via web-based networking media saying, ” Dear Smriti Irani’ji, I genuinely thank you for this activity of databasing sexual wrongdoers in India however shouldn’t something be said about associations who employ them in spite of this. For example, @sonytvofficial disregarding the declarations of numerous ladies against one, Anu Malik and making him a judge for adolescents on National TV for Indian Idol. Do such a significant number of voices recounting to a typical story of lewd behavior and ambush not make any difference? Shouldn’t Sony TV be considered mindful somehow or another? Our way of life praises the triumph of good over malice in each celebration, Durga Puja, Maheshaswara Mardini, Ram and Ravan in Dussehra, Bhakt Prahlad and Holika in Holi and incalculable other such legends. It sends an emblematic message to society and fills us with positive vitality and expectation. I comprehend that change must be driven at the grassroots level in a fundamental way Ma’am, yet this ‘standardization’ of rape by platforming, empowering and commending a sequential sexual wrongdoer like Anu Malik conveys an extremely risky message to the nation and the degenerates that hide inside our general public. That they have a free pass, can escape comparably and in light of the fact that nobody has recorded their wrongdoings. I’d demand you to please investigate this gross infringement of kids’ ‘and ladies’ voices and nobility.”
All things considered, we may have a long way to go yet here’s to little triumphs.