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Watch video: Mika Singh shares an apology; FWICE lifts the ban on him

Mid-Day Thursday, 22 August 2019
After Mika Singh was banned by a film workers' body for performing in Pakistan, the playback singer issued an apology on Wednesday. Following his statement, the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) revoked its 'ban'.

The FWICE had 'banned' the singer as he performed at a wedding in Karachi. Its members will not...
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News video: Ban on Mika lifted; he says won't sing in Pak again

Ban on Mika lifted; he says won't sing in Pak again 04:00

Interacting with the media in Mumbai, Singer Mika Singh along with chief advisor of FWICE, Ashoke Pandit, and the body's president, B.N. Tiwari

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