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Indian artists were also barred from working with Pakistanis online

The Federation of Western India Sign Employees (FWICE), an organization of the Indian Film Employees, has, however, barred Indian artists, performers, and performers of any kind from performing with Pakistani artists and actors.

However, now the organization has even stopped its artists from making online videos or working with Pakistani artists.

The FWICE issued a notification instructing all its musicians, artists and all technical staff, including any online activity with Pakistani artists, even during lockdown because of the Corona virus.

A notification issued by the organization states that the organization has found that some Indian artists have been working with Pakistani artists in neighboring countries despite the organization’s closure.

The organization quoted Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan in its notification and said that the organization has found that some Indian musicians are going to work online with the aforementioned Pakistani singer, but the organization has made such a statement through the statement. Stopping

The notification said that some Indian musicians and technical staff recently collaborated with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan in an online program and that they were going to do more that violated the organization’s rules.

The notification warned members to refrain from working online with Pakistani artists or actors, otherwise strict disciplinary action would be taken against them.

The notification from FWICA has surfaced at a time when Pakistani singer Ali Sethi recently held an online session with Indian singer Rikha Bhardwaj and her husband with leading singer Farida Khanam.

Ali Sethi did an online session on his Instagram a few days ago, in which he appeared with leading Pakistani singer Farida Khanum, while singer Rakha Bharadwaj from India joined them online and posted their online session. Pak and India fans watched.

During a live session on Instagram, Farida Khanam also sang the famous song ‘Don’t Stop Going Today’ on the loudest of fans while Indian singer Rakha Bharadwaj also thanked Ali Sethi for doing an online session.

Online sessions by artists from both countries were appreciated by people in both countries, and said that during these difficult times of lockdown, there should be more sessions or online musical programs.

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