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Zubeen go back in Pathsala

Disappointed over the style of performance on Saturday, the bihu organisers in Pathsala have decided not to invite Zubeen Garg in future. 

Addressing a pressmeet in Pathsala on Sunday, the organisers said that they are unhappy with the heart throb which does not look nice and decent. 

"Really his performace belittled our function. It is unfortunate and unexpected," an organizer told Assam Times. 

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Really unfortunate. Heart broken behavior from the 'heart throb'

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