Renowned Indian playback singer Sonu Nigam has slammed the country's media for its senseless sabre-rattling and sensationalism amid tensions with Pakistan.
Talking to a group of journalists, Sonu advised the Indian media to be mature and responsible with its coverage.
"This is a very crucial time for our nation. I have always been against war," he said.
"Let [your opponent] take a shot first," he added. "If you tease, they are going to tease you back."
Sonu continued, "A wise nation always behaves well and with class. All of the debates taking place on TV channels are set in an immature discourse."
"I believe that we, as Indians, really really need to grow up!" he stressed.
"I also think we need a responsible media which we lack at this point," he asserted.
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