Jet crew suspended for letting Sonu Nigam sing mid-air


Five cabin crew members of jet airways had to pay a heavy price for letting Sonu Nigam sing mid-air. Now all five cabin crew members were suspended from flight duty for inquiry. Sonu Nigam used the flight announcement system to sing for the staff and the passengers.

Sonu Nigam had least thought that his impromptu singing act would invite trouble for the Jet Airways crew members.

The passengers on a Jet Airways flight flying from Jodhpur to Mumbai requested Sonu Nigam to sing a song and Nigam obliged.

The playback singer sang two of his most famous songs 'Panchhi nadiya' from the film 'Refugee' and 'Do pal ruka' from Yash Raj Films' 'Veer Zaara' and everyone had a great entertaining flight. But who thought that this act would land the crew members in trouble.

Nigam used the flight announcement system to sing after it was readily allowed by the air hostesses of the Jet Airways flight. Now all five Cabin Crew on the flight have been taken off from flight duty for inquiry.

Jet Airways has confirmed that the crew of the flight in question has been suspended and will be given “corrective training”.

Jet airways issue a statement, "All Cabin Crew on the flight have been taken off from flight duty for enquiry and corrective training to reinforce strict adherence to operating procedures".

The videos of Sonu Nigam singing mid-air were posted on social media and they have gone viral.

In the video, Nigam can be heard saying "Arrey wah, aap bhi gaatein hain. My God, saare singer hain (Wow, you all can sing too. Everyone's a singer here)."