Mika Singh has yet again involved himself in a controversy and this time it seems like for a lifetime. Mika went and performed at Pakistan’s Karachi based billionaire businessman Adnan Asad’s daughter. Going by the reports, Mika performed with its troupe of 11 people on August 8, 2019 and it is said to be attended by none other than Dawood Ibrahim, a deadly terrorist on the run who’s been wanted by India since decades. The event was called as ‘Mika Singh Night’ and took place very close to the residence of Anees Ibrahim and Chhota Shakeel, who needs no introduction and are prominent members of the D-Company.
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. 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.
The report further states, “Due to his closeness to the Prime Minister, Asad succeeded in procuring visas for Mika Singh and his 14-member troupe, and went on to host the Bollywood night on August 8 in Karachi, despite a blanket ban by the Pakistan government on shows performed by any Indian artiste or film personality.”
Here’s a clip of Mika performing at Adnan’s daughters mehendi ceremony which went viral and agitated the netizens.
Happy that Indian singer Mika Singh performed at the mehndi of Gen Musharraf's relative recently in Karachi. God for bid if it was Nawaz Sharif's relative it would be raining ghadari k hashtag already. pic.twitter.com/IVfE5hETiz
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) August 10, 2019
When Bollywood gets banned, Pakistanis get singers flown down to sing bollywood songs for them.
Mika Singh performing in Pakistan currently. Alag hi level pic.twitter.com/Qgt9vpz9hA
— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) August 9, 2019
Netizens trolled Mika and spoke about Indian government revoking Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. AICWA, in particular has banned Mika from performing anywhere in India.