NEW DELHI -- David Guetta's fans in India are in for a rough ride as the world-famous French DJ's shows are being cancelled across the nation one by one, as permission is being denied for his concerts.
Superintendent of Police (rural) GB Nagar said that permission has been denied for his 15 January concert in Greater Noida in view of section 144 ahead of UP Elections.
In Mumbai, the DJ's concert was cancelled on Friday as authorities denied permission reportedly due to lack of proper documents.
Whereas in Bangalore, Guetta's show was scrapped with organisers citing "law and order situation" following the molestation incident during New Year's Eve as the reason.
Shailendra Singh, founder of India's Sunburn Festival, said that it's painful and surely a big loss for the country because he was performing in Bengaluru for charity.
He also said that all Guetta's performance fee was going towards educating children, adding that the show, as of now, has been postponed and being citizens of India they must abide with what authority has decided.
The DJ is on a four-city tour, which was expected to begin from Bangalore and then move to Mumbai, Hyderabad and New Delhi.
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