Abhijeet Bhattacharya Accuses Shah Rukh Khan of Exploitation: “Shah Rukh Uses People”

Abhijeet Bhattacharya on Shahrukh Khan

Bollywood Desk, Delhi Magazine: Renowned playback singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya has once again made headlines with his bold accusations against Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan. In a recent interview with ‘Pinkvilla’, Bhattacharya expressed his displeasure over not receiving due credit for the songs he sang in Khan’s film ‘Billu’. This revelation has rekindled the rift between the singer and the actor, shedding light on underlying tensions within the Bollywood industry.

The Genesis of the Dispute

The controversy dates back to the 2009 film ‘Billu’, where Abhijeet Bhattacharya lent his voice for one of the songs. Despite his significant contribution, Bhattacharya claims that he was not adequately acknowledged for his work. The singer’s frustration stems from what he perceives as a lack of recognition and appreciation for his talent and efforts.

Abhijeet’s Bold Claims

In his interview with ‘Pinkvilla’, Abhijeet did not hold back his feelings, stating that Shah Rukh Khan did not give him the credit he deserved. He said, “Shah Rukh uses people. He is a commercial person. He will use you and throw you away. He will throw away anyone who comes in the way of his success.” These harsh words highlight Bhattacharya’s deep-seated resentment towards Khan, whom he accuses of exploiting those who contribute to his success.

Contradictory Praise – SRK Sings Better than Me

Interestingly, two week ago, Abhijeet Bhattacharya had praised Shah Rukh Khan’s singing abilities. In a surprising turn of events, the singer lauded SRK for his performance in a Baadshah movie, calling it “impressive” and “SRK sings better than me”. This praise seemed to indicate a thaw in their frosty relationship, making the recent accusations all the more shocking.

The History of Their Relationship

This is not the first time Abhijeet has voiced his grievances against Shah Rukh Khan. Last year, he made similar accusations, claiming that the actor has a habit of using people for his benefit and then discarding them. Bhattacharya’s statements suggest a pattern of behavior that he believes is detrimental to those who work with Khan.

Delhi Magazine Team

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