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Artists shouldn't pull each other down: Tulsi Kumar


The ongoing battle of words between rappers Yo Yo Honey Singh and Badshaah has brought an ugly side of the music industry to the limelight and as a member of the fraternity, singer Tulsi Kumar does not approve of this attitude.

The argument started when rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh spoke on other rappers like Badshaah of taking advantage of his sabbatical. Singh's comment was quickly followed by other rappers such as Raftaar and Deep Money picking sides.

"I have been reading a lot about the comments made by artists on each other. I feel trying to pull someone down just because you think they are not good enough is not a nice thing. There should be a feeling of camaraderie between artists because they are like minded people and they understand each other's struggles," she says.

Kumar, who has been a part of the music industry for a decade, says she takes competition in her stride. "Competition is there in every field but healthy competition is what is important. If there is competition, then I would want to better myself and perform even better. I don't want to demean anyone else," she says.

Kumar, whose younger sister Khushali made her screen debut in October last year, says she did not give any tips to her to survive in the industry. "I didn't give her any tips about the industry. Instead, I'm the one who gets all the advice," she adds.