Adnan Sami on Pakistani Trolls: They are helpless & misguided, says he has already moved on

Singer Adnan Sami has been trolled mercilessly on Twitter on many occasions. This time around, one Twitter user asked him how does he manage to keep up with such negativity from the Pakistani trolls.
Adnan Sami on Pakistani Trolls: They are helpless & misguided, says he has already moved onAdnan Sami on Pakistani Trolls: They are helpless & misguided, says he has already moved on
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Singer Adnan Sami has been trolled mercilessly on Twitter on many occasions. This time around, one Twitter user asked him how does he manage to keep up with such negativity from the Pakistani trolls. The singer replied to that user by saying that the Pakistani trolls are helpless and misguided. The Kabhi to nazar milao singer also added that the trolls from Pakistan are very frustrated with their own lives and hence end up taking an aim at him. The singer also said that the Pakistani trolls were also victims in a way and that he prays for them and hopes sincerely that their lives become better with time.

The singer has been trolled about the place where his father was born. Adnan had given a very apt reply to the troll by saying that he considers the love he receives from his fans in India as everything and nothing else other than this matters to him. Adnan Sami was born in Britain; he also has a Canadian citizenship. Singer Adnan Sami is of Pakistani origin. The singer became an Indian citizen in the year 2016.

The singer, Adnan Sami has many hit songs to his credit. Adnan also got trolled when the Indian government decided to scrap Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. The singer is also known to play multiple music instruments. Adnan Sami became a kind of sensation in India after he released his song called Lift karaa de. The fans in India took an instant liking to the song and the singer became a hit after this song.   

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