Indian film association bans Mika Singh after performance in Pakistan

Esequiel Farfan
Agosto 14, 2019

Mumbai: All India Cine Workers Association (AICWA) has issued an unconditional ban on singer Mika Singh in the Indian film industry.

A report by IANS stated that Asad got Mika and his team members visas taking help from his cousin who happens to be the ex-dictator of Pakistan, General Parvez Musharraf. The event in Pakistan was organised by a close relative of former president of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf. Not just that, Asad has a good repo with all the prominent people in Pakistan including the current CM Imran Khan, Javed Miandad and Zaheer Abbas.

Facing enormous flak for performing in an event in Karachi earlier in August, trouble could only mount for pop singer Mika Singh with sources revealing that several officials of Inter-State Services (ISI) and terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's relatives were among the guests here. The association said that it will make sure no one in India works with the singer and that anyone who violates their will face legal consequences in the court of law.

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Mika, reportedly, performed on August 8 in Karachi and his presence became widely known after pictures and videos of his performance appeared on social media sites.

The association also sought the intervention of Information and Broadcasting ministry in the matter. Amid the mounting tensions, Mika's decision to perform at the wedding in Pakistan evoked a lot of outrage by his fans and they took to Twitter to express their feelings. This step by the singer did not go down well with anyone from the All India Cine Workers Association. According to India Today, Mika reportedly charged $150,000 for the performance. Netizens from both the countries lashed out against the entertainment spectacle and celebrations amidst growing tensions between India and Pakistan.

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