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Warning for Indian Artists Against Collaborating with Pakistani Singers Online

After Pakistani music maestro, Ali Sethi recently brought together Farida Khanum and Indian singer Rekha Bhardwaj in a beautiful online streaming session, a trend of cross border collaboration began amongst the artists to entertain their fans during the lockdown in both countries.

The art beyond border gesture, however, did not go well with the extremist elements in India who pressurized FWICE to issue warning against the collaborating artists.

“Artistes were seen collaborating with Pakistani singer, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. We are pained to inform all members that FWICE has issued a total non-cooperation circular advising all members not to work in any manner whatsoever with all Pakistani artistes, singers, and technicians,” said Federation of Western India Cine Employees in a statement, particularly pointing towards RFAK’s collab with singer Harshdeep Kaur and designer Vijay Arora.

“We have been informed that more such entertainment products and songs are being planned and made,” it continued.

The federation further added that the artists violating the directives issued by the body will face legal action against them.

“Kindly note that the Non- Cooperation Circular is valid and subsisting and anyone found cooperating or working in any manner with any Pakistani artistes, singers, and technicians, in any mode or media of entertainment, will be subject to strict disciplinary action initiated by FWICE. Everyone, please note,” the statement said.

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