Singer Adnan Sami, who got his certificate of Indian citizenship from Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju in Mumbai on January 1, is celebrating his first Republic Day as Indian resident. The artist, who was born in Britain with roots following to Pakistan, was a Canadian resident. He grew to fame with the tune ‘Lift Kara De’ in which he featerude along side Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan. He was granted citizenship after he made a representation to the Home Ministry on May 26, 2015 asking for it on helpful grounds.
Adnan Sami imparted a photo of himself to the Indian flag out of sight. The artist, who is elated on being an Indian native, is praising every snippet of this day of patriotism.
Born in Lahore, Adnan Sami came to India on March 13, 2001 on a guest’s visa substantial for a year, issued by the Indian High Commission in Islamabad. The visa was extended a few times from that point. At the point when his Pakistani passport expired on May 26, 2015 he drew closer the Indian government looking for legitimization of his stay in India on humanitarian grounds.
Happy Republic Day!??? pic.twitter.com/5OLMkOGuxJ
— Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) January 26, 2016