Lily Singh, who is coming to India this April, is seemingly upset with the Consulate of India in Canada. In a series of tweets put out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Minister of External Affairs of India Sushma Swaraj, she has expressed her discontent with the visa procurement procedures that are already driving the internet crazy.
Francis Coelho, Managing Director, Event Speciale states, "We are working with the relevant authorities towards securing the visas at the earliest so that Superwoman can make her trip to India on time. We have full faith in Smt Sushma Swaraj and the external affairs department."
The 'How To Be A Bawse Tour' will showcase Lilly's relatable blend of stand-up comedy and positive approach to life -- jam-packed with 100% honest advice for how the audience can master their hustle and unleash their inner Bawse. Her motivational conversation with the audience will highlight the real and funny lessons she's learned on her path to realizing that happiness is worth fighting for and that there are no shortcuts to success.
Love india but gotta say that the consulate of india in Toronto is literally the worst place on earth. Such a disappointment.— Lilly | #BawseBook (@IISuperwomanII) April 6, 2017
For travel to India, the consulate makes acquiring a visa the most difficult task. I hope one day @narendramodi can remedy this. It's sad.— Lilly | #BawseBook (@IISuperwomanII) April 6, 2017
.@SushmaSwaraj just a kind note to make you aware that the Consulate of India in Toronto is extremely difficult and unprofessional. ????— Lilly | #BawseBook (@IISuperwomanII) April 6, 2017
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