Mika Singh books entire first class on flight to avoid disturbance: Want to travel alone like Michael Jackson
Mika Singh hopes to have set off a trend which would be followed by celebrities and superstars
Bollywood playback singer Mika Singh booked the entire first class in an Emirates Airlines carrier while flying to Dubai since he wanted to travel alone and avoid any disturbances.
Singh posted a video on Instagram, "Today, I had a great show in Dallas. There was a time when Michael Jackson used to say that he wants to travel alone and today, I want to travel alone. I want no disturbance, ek bhi aadmi mujhe first class mein nazar nahi aana chaiye (no one should be in my purview), so I booked the entire first class for myself."
“I hope I have set off a trend and after this video, now all the big celebrities and superstars will follow me.” he added.
Singer Shaan too shared a video on Twitter, as a reply to Singh, where he was seen mimicking Singh's voice and declaring that he was following Singh's footsteps in booking all the lanes of the bowling arcade for his family.
Netizens also took to social media to comment on Singh's choice of travelling alone on an aircraft.
Inspired form Mika Singh I booked the entire train compartment to myself because kyu nahi. pic.twitter.com/nJcDBrpKXC
— N (@navdhad) July 13, 2018
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Taylor Swift trims off the fussy intricacies of Folklore studio album in intimate and contemplative concert film
Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions is a positioning statement like Taylor Swift's Netflix documentary, Miss Americana; but it is also, more importantly, a musical experience.
In response to Twitterati calling lead actor Maddie Ziegler's portrayal of autism "offensive” and “inaccurate" in Music, Sia insisted she did three years of research before making the film
Grammy Awards 2021 nominations: Beyoncé leads with nine nods, BTS earns first for K-Pop band with Dynamite
A winner of 24 Grammys, Beyoncé becomes the second-most nominated act in the history of the awards show with 79 nominations