Indian comic Munawar Faruqui’s ‘Dongri to Nowhere’, scheduled for November 28 has been cancelled today. The comedy was scheduled to be held in Bengaluru on Sunday.
In this response, Munawar Faruqui has issued a statement in which the comedian this was the twelfth show that had to be cancelled due to threats in two months. He signed off, “I’m done. Goodbye.”
“Aaj Bangalore show cancel ho gaga (Under the Threats to venue vandalism) We sold 600+ tickets Month back my team called Late Puneeth Rajkumar sir organisation for charity which we will going to generate from this show in Bangalore! We agreed to not sell the show on the name of charity as suggest by the Nobel organisation,” he said in the statement.
“Putting me in the jail for the joke i never did to cancelling my shows which has nothing problematic in it. This is unfair. This show has gained so much love from people in India irrespective of their religion. This is unfair. We do have censor certificate of the show and it’s clearly nothing problematic in the show! we called of 12 shows in last 2 months because of the Threats to Venue and Audience,” Munawar Faruqui said.
“Inki nafrat ka bahana ban gaya hoon Hasa kar kitno ka sahara ban gaya hoon Tootne pe inki Khwahish hogi purl Sahi kehte hai, mai Sitara ban gaya hoon. I think this is The End My name is Munawar Faruqui And That’s been my time, you guys were wonderful audience A Good bye! Im done,” Munawar Faruqui added.