Sona Mohapatra replies to Pooja Bhatt's 'Sadak 2 launching music artists' claim, says 'give them stake in their successes'

Sona Mohapatra requests Pooja Bhatt to give music artists their stake in their successes after she claims of launching them in her upcoming film Sadak 2; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: July 09, 2020 14:11 IST
Sona Mohapatra replies to Pooja Bhatt's 'Sadak 2 launching music artists' claim, says 'give them stake in their successes'

There has been lots of buzz surrounding the Bhatt family in Bollywood. The nepotism debate has primarily accused the family of Mahesh Bhatt for ignoring young talents. Refuting all such claims, Mahesh Bhatt's elder daughter Pooja Bhatt has come to the rescue of her family. She first reminded the trollers of the artists her father's production house has launched, including Kangana Ranaut.
 
Pooja furthermore revealed how her upcoming film Sadak 2 is launching new music artists. She wrote, "Even #Sadak2 gives birth to a brand new talent in the form of @Suniljeet72 A music teacher from Chandigarh who came to our office with no prior appointment,a dream,a harmonium a brilliant song called Ishq Kamaal that was absorbed into the film on first hearing by my father.
 
Soon after Pooja's tweet, singer Sona Mohapatra replied to her requesting her to give those artists their stake in their successes. She wrote, "That is so nice Pooja.Your banner has been known to spot new talent for sure. Would mean so much more if these musicians had a stake in their music's success? Everyone just ends up doing the favour of the opportunity this is an endless cycle in #Bollywood. Zero concept of IP.
 
Earlier, Manikarnika actress Kangana Ranaut had attacked Pooja for her tweet saying her father launched Kangana Ranaut. "Dear @PoojaB1972, #AnuragBasu had keen eyes to spot Kangana's talent, everyone knows Mukesh Bhatt does not like to pay artists, to get talented people for free is a favour many studios do on themselves but that doesn't give your father a license to throw chappals at her," her team had tweeted.
 
 


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