Singer Shreya Ghoshal expressed her disappointment about not being allowed to carry a musical instrument on a flight.
Shreya on Wednesday tweeted: "I guess Singapore Airlines does not want musicians or anybody who has a precious instrument to fly with on this airline. Well. Thank you. Lesson learnt."
I guess @SingaporeAir does not want musicians or any body who has a precious instrument to fly with on this airline. Well. Thank you. Lesson learnt.
— Shreya Ghoshal (@shreyaghoshal) May 15, 2019
After her post, the airline apologised to the Agar Tum Mil Jao hitmaker via their official Twitter handle. They wrote, "Hi Shreya, we are sorry to hear this. May we seek more details of your concerns and what was last advised by our colleagues? Thank you."
Shreya was on her way to Peth, Australia to celebrate her brother Soumyadeep's birthday. The singer last lent her voice to Karan Johar's production Kalank.
Happy birthday to my dearest, one and only one, my baby brother @sghoshal7 You are my most favourite person in the whole world since the time you were born!! You are the only person who finishes my sentences and laughs at my sad jokes and vice versa♥♥♥ Stay blessed happy healthy!!! Love you! Let’s make many great memories together and some music too!!