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Now Mira Nair’s bags go missing on flight

"8 days without my bags, no word from British Airways,” Mira Nair tweeted.

By: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Updated: July 6, 2014 9:31 am
"8 days without my bags, no word from British Airways,” Mira Nair tweeted. “8 days without my bags, no word from British Airways,” Mira Nair tweeted.

After Indian classical musician Ustad Amjad Ali Khan’s sarod went missing on a British Airways flight, it is now filmmaker Mira Nair’s bags that have gone untraceable in an aircraft of the same company.

The 56-year-old ‘Salaam Bombay’ director said that her bags have been missing for the last eight days and the company is yet to respond to her complaint.

“8 days without my bags, no word from British Airways. I am a silvercard member, what do those without cards face! Time to stop flying British Airways,” Nair posted on twitter.

Earlier this week, Khan lost his sarod, which he has been playing for the last 45 years, while he was returning to Delhi from London by a British Airways flight.

He eventually got back his sarod, after more than 48 hours.

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  1. N
    Jul 6, 2014 at 7:33 am
    The worst racist airline. Please boycott . They have the worst aircrafts to India.
    1. C
      Jul 8, 2014 at 8:01 pm
      He doesn't need to thank anyone for his own sarod! 48 hrs without something you have had for 45 years sounds like a joke to you!? An airline while dealing with 1000s of bags daily can not take pengers luggage for granted! How about you read how many bags have BA lost before writing a comment on somebody's misery! Shameful!
      1. M
        Mzuri Asante
        Jul 6, 2014 at 10:15 pm
        Couldn't agree more. py service, rude flight attendants, racist airport staff, high ticket prices. Why would ANYONE want to fly BA???
        1. A
          Anand Swamy
          Jul 6, 2014 at 9:47 am
          Miss Nair it is in your hands now to take sweet revenge. Make a movie based on the airbag lost by the British Airways by a film director who misses schedules, suffers huge losses and gets a stroke. Should you decide, I or hundred other writers could help you.
          1. Subramanian Venkatraman
            Jul 7, 2014 at 4:18 am
            Amjad Ali Khan could not wait for two days before he went to the media to complain; now that he got back his sarod within 48 hours, he does not have the courtesy of thanking the airline. When you deal with hundreds of thousands bags in a day it should not surprise if a bag or two go missing. To blame any airline and asking people to boycott it is silly.
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