Singer Adnan Sami, called a ‘major of Pakistan army working undercover in India’ by trolls, has revealed his family’s connection with India.

As per the details, a Pakistani Twitter user on Sami’s recent tweet on Indian Independence asked where his father was born and where did he die.

Replying to the tweet, the 48-year-old singer-composer replied, “My father was born in 1942 in India and died in 2009 in India! Next!”.


Adnan, born in Britain and earlier a Canadian citizen, is of Pakistani descent. His father, Arshad Sami Khan, was a Pashtun and a Pakistan Air Force (PAF) fighter pilot who later served three Pakistani presidents as their aide-de-camp.

An aide-de-camp is a military officer acting as a confidential assistant to a senior officer.

The singer relocated to India some 18 years ago, and has time and again received flak for his decision and the pro-Indian statements he usually makes.