Jackson Wang picks up handwritten letters from fans at Mumbai airport; said: ‘Finally I’m here’ [Read Tweet]

Indian Jackson Wang fans are on cloud nine. The handsome K-Pop icon has finally touched down at Mumbai airport. It is said that he will stay at the palace and towers of the Taj Mahal, near the Mahalaxmi racecourse. Jackson Wang said he always wanted to come to India. During his early years, when he saw Indian fans in his life, he said he loved to visit India one day. Jackson Wang said he was fascinated by culture, Bollywood and the entertainment industry. Indian Ahgashes gave him a warm and enthusiastic welcome at Mumbai airport. ALSO READ – Jackson Wang is mobbed at Mumbai airport as he arrives for Lollapalooza India; fans climb the barricade to get closer to the GOT7 star [Watch Videos]

Jackson Wang took to Twitter to thank everyone who came out to say hello. Many fans followed him to his vehicle. It looks like the singer took all the handwritten letters from fans. His team did not accept gifts but he took the letters. He will perform in Lollapalooza India as part of his Magic Man World Tour. Also Read – Trending Entertainment News Today: David Warner’s Pathaan Video Viral, Rakhi Sawant’s Mother Dies, Jackson Wang Receives Royal Welcome in India & More

The Lollapalooza festival is taking place in Mumbai for the first time. Today we had a performance by the legendary band, Imagine Dragons. Jackson Wang is tomorrow’s star attraction. He performed solo at Coachcella last year. Jackson Wang is also one of the few Asian artists to fill full stadiums in Latin America. Read also – Lollapalooza India: BTS ARMY disappointed; Jackson Wang fans rejoice as he joins AP Dhillon, Imagine Dragons and more

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