“I had a show in Delhi and Ghulam Ali came for my show. I felt bad that his show got cancelled because I feel music has no language. It’s a political call so, I can’t comment much, but I personally love Ghulam Ali and his songs,” Mika told IANS.
“I often perform in Pakistan. Last year also I performed there,” he added.
This was the second time that the renowned singer’s concert has been cancelled in the city. The “Hangama hai kyon barpa” crooner’s concerts in Mumbai and Pune were called off in October last year after the Shiv Sena threatened to disrupt his live performance.
(Source : IANS)