Watch: This video of Arijit Singh at a concert is going viral, but for all wrong reasons

Arijit Singh is one of the most popular and in-demand singer in Bollywood of the current era. His fan following is tremendously huge and his rock concerts are always sold out. Though he has sung quite a mix of genres of songs, Arijit is most popular for his sad, romantic songs such as Tum Hi Ho from ‘Aashiqui 2’, Agar Tum Saath Ho from ‘Tamasha’, Hamari Adhuri Kahani title track and many more. However, that’s not the reason why a video of Arijit has gone viral on social media.

An old video of Arijit from a concert has surfaced on social media, where he can be seen abusing on the stage. During the middle of a performance, when Arijt was singing Nadaan Parinde from ‘Rockstar’, he suddenly burst out ‘Somebody f**king fix this mike!’. Thankfully, people rushed to the stage and got it fixed, and Arijit continued his performance.

Check out the video here:

But, if you listen to the song in the video, you will notice Arijit was sounding off-key. Originally, the song has been sung by Mohit Chauhan. Is this why he got angry and blamed the mike?

Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time that Arijit has lost his cool. And this is not the first time Arijit has blown a fuse. A few months back a fan offered to get home cooked food for Arijit but he replied saying, “Don’t get inside my space, it’s full.”

Interestingly, in 2016, Arijit indirectly locked horns with Salman Khan. He landed himself in a major controversy by pleading with Salman Khan for a song in Sultan on Facebook. Arijit had shared a long post about how he regretted having made fun of Salman’s hosting skills. The singer went on to requested Salman to retain his version of ‘Jag Ghoomeya’ in ‘Sultan’. However, the situation spiralled out of control when quite a few versions of the incident surfaced.

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