The case against singer Mika Singh for allegedly forcibly kissing Rakhi Sawant was quashed by the Bombay High Court on Thursday. The incident happened in 2006. The decision bench of justices A. S. Gadkari and S. G. Dige arrived at the decision after taking into account an affidavit submitted by controversial queen Rakhi Swant.
Rakhi stated in the affidavit that she was okay with it because she and Mika had an amicable resolution to the situation. Mika and she “amicably resolved all our differences and realised the entire dispute had arisen due to misunderstanding and misconception on our parts,” according to her affidavit.
For the unversed, Mika kissed Rakhi during his birthday party, which turned into one of the biggest scandals of the time. Rakhi did so despite Mika’s claims that he had instructed his guests not to spread cake over his face. He then made the decision to ‘teach her a lesson’ by forcibly kissing her. The musician was detained on suspicion of child molestation but was eventually released on bail. Rakhi and Mika made up years later when they ran into each other outside a coffee shop. She was even spotted touching his feet at that point.