Video: Mika Singh’s car breaks down at 3 am, hundreds of fans gather to help him amid rain in Mumbai

Video: Mika Singh’s car breaks down at 3 am, hundreds of fans gather to help him amid rain in Mumbai

Singer Mika Singh. — File Photo

Tribune Web Desk 

Chandigarh, July 19

Amid heavy rains in Mumbai, singer Mika Singh's vehicle broke down in the middle of a road at 3 in the morning. 

A video, uploaded on social media by a fan, shows scores of people gathered to help him.  The person who captured the video explained how the singer's car broke down all of a sudden and people in surrounding area immediately came out to help him. The crowd was also seen cheering for the singer. 

While many netizens were thrilled to see the video, one wrote: "Jab Mika paaji ki car band hoti hai, toh itne log help karne aa jaate hain, Mumbai city (When Mika's car breaks down, these many people come forward to help)".

While a few expressed disappointment: "Homes collapsed, drenched completely but Mikka car is more important!" 

Another commented, "Sabki help karo... not just celebs!"

Earlier, Mika was making headlines after getting involved in a mudslinging match with KRK ever since Salman Khan filed a case against KRK, an actor-turned-critic, over certain remarks he made. Soon, Mika jumped into the ring, claiming to take up the cudgels on behalf of Salman as well as others in the industry on whom KRK had trained his guns. He even released a diss track titled "#KRKKutta".

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