Actor Salman Khan might land into yet another legal turmoil if he turns deaf ear to a warning. Bollywood singer Mika Singh performed in Pakistan despite the ongoing the tension between the countries. The singer was hence banned by AICWA and so was directed to production houses, music label and digital platform to disassociate with Mika on any project. Salman's films usually have Mika either composing or singing or both and keeping in mind his controversy; Federation of Western India Cine Employees association (FWICE) has warned the actor of not working with the singer.

As per a report in leading publication Mid Day, any artist working with Mika despite of warning will be banned too. This warning was for Salman and Mika's six city gig to be taking place in the US. General Secretary of FWICE, Ashok Dubey, was quoted saying, "If we impose a ban, it means all our technicians -- including actors, directors and even spot boys -- will not work with Mika. If someone works with Mika during this ban, say Salman or anyone else, then he too will be banned."

 The warning came in when the Dabangg actor said, "Whether it’s an organiser from the US or any other country, we cannot stop anybody from conducting an event. Our policy is simple -- we will not work with the person who has been banned." The actor was heard saying during his recent conversation during a cat show hosted by an event management. Salman's brother Sohail Khan hosted this chat show in collaboration with JA Events owned by Jordy Patel in India and yet another partner Bhavesh Patel from the US. 
Speaking about their upcoming gig in the US, Jordy was quoted saying, "We are only dealing with Bhavesh Patel as our contract is with him. Some local promoter in the US must have signed on Mika and added him to the line-up. Salman will have nothing to do with Mika at the event. They will not even interact on stage.”

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