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Abhijeet Bhattacharya, the renowned singer who lent his voice to several of Shah Rukh Khan’s films, has recently made a significant statement about the actor. After years of conflict, Abhijeet now praises Shah Rukh and acknowledges him as a patriot. He also states that SRK uses others for his success. Let’s delve into the details.

Entertainment Desk, New Delhi. There was a time when the duo of Shah Rukh Khan and Abhijeet Bhattacharya set the silver screen on fire. The veteran singer Abhijeet contributed his voice to many blockbuster films of Shah Rukh Khan, but after the movie ‘Billu,’ he never sang for SRK again. Now, after years, Abhijeet has shared his thoughts about Shah Rukh.

Recently, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, putting aside their past differences, praised Shah Rukh Khan while also throwing in some sarcasm. Abhijeet referred to SRK as a self-made star and a commercial person in a conversation with Lehren Retro.

Abhijeet Bhattacharya’s take on the Shah Rukh Khan feud Abhijeet Bhattacharya contends that, despite Shah Rukh Khan using people for success, labeling him as anti-national is unfair. According to Abhijeet, “Both of us have a similar nature. We don’t have ego, but we have self-respect.”

Abhijeet hails Shah Rukh as the biggest patriot Abhijeet Bhattacharya commended Shah Rukh Khan and hailed him as the biggest patriot. The singer stated,

“Why did Abhijeet Bhattacharya and Shah Rukh Khan have a feud?” Abhijeet had a grievance that his name always appeared last in the film credits despite singing for several Shah Rukh Khan films like ‘Anjaam,’ ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,’ ‘Badshah,’ ‘Main Hoon Na,’ ‘Om Shanti Om,’ and more. His complaint was that even after singing for ‘Billu’ in 2009, his name appeared last in the credits. When he refused to have SRK featured in the song ‘Khudaya Khair’ for ‘Billu,’ the producers opted for Soham Chakraborty instead. Since then, Abhijeet hasn’t sung a single song for Shah Rukh Khan.

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