Singer Mika Singh BANNED And BOYCOTTED By All India Cine Workers Association After Performing At Event In Pakistan!
Mika Singh's performance at an event of former Pakistan dictator General Parvez Musharraf's relatives on 8th of August in Karachi had sparked a major outrage in India.
AICWA has also sought Ministry of Information and Broadcasting’s intervention in the matter.
All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA): AICWA workers will make sure that no one in India works with Mika Singh & if anyone does, they will face legal consequences in the court of law. AICWA requests Information & Broadcasting Ministry to intervene & act legally on the singer https://t.co/SOBp26HrXx
— ANI (@ANI) August 13, 2019
Here's the full statement:
Press release by All India Cine Workers Association
Mika Singh's performance at the mehndi ceremony of the daughter of Karachi based billionaire businessman Adnan Asad, who is the cousin of former Pakistan dictator General Parvez Musharraf on 8th of August in Karachi had sparked a major outrage in India.
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Mika’s performance comes at a time when the relations between India and Pakistan have hit at a new low and the singer faced the wrath of social media. As soon as one of the video of the event made its way to social media, the netizens started bashing the singer left, right and center.
According to some reports, the event named as 'Mika Singh Night' also marked the presence of the family members of Dawood Ibrahim, who is one of India's most wanted terrorists.
It has been reported, that Mika charged a whopping USD 150,000 (Rs 1.06 crore) for the gig.
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