An Indian pop star, Daler Mehndi, has been sentenced to two years in prison for smuggling migrants abroad.
Mehndi and six others were accused in 2003 of cheating people of large sums of money by falsely promising to take them to Western countries.
Mehndi is one of the most popular Punjabi singers of the 1990s and early 2000s, and also has a following abroad.
In 1998 and 1999, he had allegedly taken at least 10 migrants, disguised as dancers in his ensemble, to the United States and returned without them.
He sang in several Bollywood films but he is best known for his music videos in bhangra pop, a bouncy electronic genre inspired by the traditional dance tunes of Punjab.
He also sang in the latest popular Bollywood film, Baahubali.