Mika Singh isn't banned in India just yet

Lawrence Kim
August 19, 2019

FWICE had banned the singer from recording, performing, acting and playback singing in India after videos of Singh performing at a private event in Karachi started making the rounds on social media.

BN Tiwari, the president of FWICE can be seen talking in the video and said, "Mika has said in the letter that he is willing to agree to all things the confederation decides". Tiwari adds, "In his letter Mika says that 'If I have done something wrong, I am ready to apologise to the nation, but until you hear me out please don't impose any kind of ban on me".

"I would request everyone and the association to wait for my official press conference which I will conduct after taking the association in confidence and prove that what I have done was not meant to hurt any of my fellow Indians".

He even expressed his heartfelt apologies to fellow Indians if he has hurt their sentiments. The tweet comes after Mika Singh performed at the wedding of the daughter of former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf's cousin in Karachi.

The outcome of this meeting will decide if the singer will be boycotted from all movies and music contracts with entertainment companies and online content providers.

Now, on Sunday, Mika Singh said that he will continue to do good for India despite the decision of FWICE to ban him from playback singing, giving public performances and acting in the country.

Terming Mika's act as "unbridled greed for money", FWICE wrote, "Since the cultural bridge between India and Pakistan is under siege, his performance sent shivers down the spine of every Indian". Since then, the tension between the two countries has increased.

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