Monali Thakur on Indian music industry: “Nobody gets their due”

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Monali Thakur has joined Sonu Nigam by lifting the lid on the Indian music industry.

Nigam had previously said that the music industry is being run like the mafia and further gave a stern warning to T-Series Chairman and Managing Director, Bhushan Kumar.

Now, Thakur told BollywoodSpy that she agreed with Nigam. She said, “I was thankful to him because he is a senior and he has been in the industry for so long. He is a very big name and an iconic musician. He is over all these things… But it is so true that there is a lot of ‘mafiagiri’ in the music industry. Nobody gets their due. That is the reason why I do not like the atmosphere and ecosystem of the music industry. I don’t even try to get movie songs anymore. I alienated myself because I care for my mental health.”

She elaborated by saying that record labels crushed musicians like ants, “They do not care. Pees dete hai (They crush you) like an ant. They will keep promoting people who are mediocre, I will be very honest, and can hardly do anything to save their lives.”

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