Salman’s ‘Da-Bangg Tour to Nepal’ cancelled


“In a way, the programme is also promoting liquor which is not acceptable to us. An audience of 30,000 was expected to attend the show while the tickets were priced from Rs 3,000 to 30,000. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
Get assembly election result LIVE updates from each constituency in Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya The organisers in Kathmandu said: “The show is just postponed for further dates and going to reschedule it very soon.”
The CPN-Maoist also attacked the sponsors of the show, most of them liquor brands. 2018-03-03T09:34:59+00:00″>
Published: March 3, 2018 9:34 am

Salman Khan’s Da-Bangg Tour will be rescheduled. The tour, which kicked off last year, has already entertained several cities around the world, including Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, London and Birmingham. However, Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’ of the CPN-Maoist, a splinter of CPN (Maoist Centre) last week had demanded cancellation of the show and called all the nationalist forces to unite and oppose against the even saying it amounts to ‘expansion of cultural intervention on Nepali soil’. Other Bollywood stars such as Sonakshi Sinha, Kriti Sanon, Prabhudheva, Daisy Shah, Meet Bros and Maniesh Paul were scheduled to join Salman at Tundikhel, Kathmandu. Some top Nepalese artists and 110 other singers and dancers from Bollywood were also expected to be part of the show. The cost of the show was reported to mount Rs 50 million. The organisers Sohail Khan Entertainments and JA Events and the partner organiser from Nepal, ODC Entertainment on January 19 had jointly organised a press conference in Kathmandu to confirm Khan’s arrival. Related News
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