Singer Adnan Sami was in a festive mood and went on to wish his Twitter followers Happy Gudi Padwa, Navratri and Ugadi. However, these festive wishes from the singer of Pakistani descent didn't go down well with his fan from the neighbouring country.
A Twitter user wrote: "I hope you won't forget to wish us on Eid.Hum Bhi Tu tey tumharay...Deevanay O Deevanay.'' Adnan in no time responded to the fan saying that Eid does not just belong to him, but to the entire Muslim community around the world. The singer, who received his certificate of Indian citizenship in 2016, also requested the fan to refrain from making celebrations into an "Indo-Pak subject".
#HappyUgadi to everyone!💖😊— Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) March 18, 2018
My dear, Eid does not just belong to you, it belongs 2 the entire Muslim Ummah around d world. Kindly refrain from making celebrations into an Indo-Pak subject! Incidentally there r more Muslims in India than in Pakistan.
‘Kabhi Tho Nazar Milao, Kabhi Tho Kareeb Aao..’ love.💖😊 https://t.co/1VEIoh6jfH— Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) March 18, 2018
Adnan wrote, "My dear, Eid does not just belong to you, it belongs to the entire Muslim Ummah (community) around the world. Kindly refrain from making celebrations into an Indo-Pak subject! Incidentally, there are more Muslims in India than in Pakistan." He concluded by adding a line from his song Kabhi to nazar milao.
Adnan is best known for his songs like Tera Chehra, Kabhi To Nazar Milao, Sun Zara, Chain Mujhe Ab Aaye Na and Bhar Do Jholi Meri among others.
(With IANS inputs)
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