Salman Khan’s hugely popular world tour ‘Da-Bangg’ has been postponed in Nepal, which was set to take place next week.
Mid-Day reports that a threat from a section led by Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’ has led to the cancellation of the 10th March event at Tundikhel, Kathmandu. Apparently, last week the group called all the nationalist forces to unite and oppose against the event saying it amounts to ‘expansion of cultural intervention on Nepali soil’.
The event will now be rescheduled for the first week of April, according to Pune Mirror. Sohail Khan told the publication, “We will know the real reason and new date in a couple of days and we will announce it then.”
A representative of ODC Entertainment, the organisers, told Mirror, “The event is now expected to happen in the first week of April. We had decided on March 10 earlier but a political strike is expected in Kathmandu then, so we had to postpone it again.”
The event is also set to feature Sonakshi Sinha, Kriti Sanon, Prabhudheva, Daisy Shah, Meet Bros and Maniesh Paul.
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