Both stars wound up performing for the couple of VIPs sitting forthright as their genuine fans, the students, were confined to the back of the seating. This incited Ali Zafar to get vocal about the developing VIP culture at shows and he let it out in an open letter routed to show promoters, schools, foundations and coordinators.
“There is a repeating society of exceptional or VIP seating ranges at shows, set directly before the stage and doled out just to ‘unique visitors’, employees, head of divisions, principals and proprietors of organizations,” Ali updated on Facebook. “In this manner, the students or, to be sure, genuine fans are quite often made to stand and watch and take part at a substantial distance, well behind the VIPs. This makes distance between the people, and the star or artist, who have paid to be there. It would be ideal if you value that as an entertainer, I can’t resist the opportunity to feel this invalidates the very point of having us perform, denied any immediate connection.”