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    US singer/songwriter Katy Perry gestures at a press conference in Mumbai on November 12, 2019, ahead of her concert on November 16 at the OnePlus Music Festival

    Did Katy Perry End Her India Trip on a Low Note? Netizens Think So

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    New Delhi (Sputnik): International pop-star Katy Perry was well received by fans on her recent trip to India but may have messed things up right at the end of her visit, according to social media users.

    A video showing Katy along with members of her entourage walking past airport security, without showing their passports in Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport has surfaced on social networking platforms in India.

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    And #katyperry leaves us after a power packed show for India #airportdiaries #viralbhayani @viralbhayani

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    Netizens who witnessed the viral video have slammed Katy for being “disrespectful” and “rude” towards the law of the country.

    Katy, who is otherwise known for her fondness for India, has not reacted to the attacks.

    The singer, along with international pop-sensation Dua Lipa was in Mumbai to perform at a music festival hosted by Chinese smartphone-maker OnePlus on Sunday.

    Indian director and producer Karan Johar hosted a star-studded welcome party for the American singer that was attended by Bollywood A-listers, including Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai, Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Arjun Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor.

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    When Bollywood met Katy Perry and they took a stylish group photo. #aliaabhatt #aishwaryarai #karanjohar

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