Adnan Sami is one big name who has always spoken openly about strong issues, and has had his bout of haters, especially after receiving his Indian citizenship in 2016. However, the singer doesn’t fear those who oppose him.
“Today, we all are socially aware, so if one condemns the Paris attack and also expresses sympathies about the Florida shooting incident then you should be able to do that for Uri attacks too. You can’t be selective when it comes to humanity,” Asian Age reports Sami expressing.
He went on to add, “When the people have made you feel like your own, please stand with them. We didn’t ask them to fight with their government. Had they condemned the attack, it wouldn’t have gotten this bad.”
Talking about his own personal journey, the singer was asked if he has ever considered writing his own biography. “I have a few more chapters to go. I actually feel reborn. There were so many things I wanted to work on but I was concentrating on getting an Indian citizenship.”