Abrarul Haq’s ‘Baby Shark’ act backfires

Singer and politician Abrarul Haq’s latest jibe at “aj kal ki maaen (mothers of right now)” is not sitting down well with social media consumers and certain stars, who are contacting him out for his very low blow. A latest video clip that surfaced on the web sees Abrar’s speech from a PTI celebratory conference in Islamabad on August 26. It displays him crooning Toddler Shark as he makes entertaining of the way moms choose to elevate their young children right now.

In the clip, Abrar, who has joined PTI right after a prosperous run as a singer and songwriter of the 90s, says, “When we were kids, our moms chose to recite the Kalima though keeping us their embrace, modern mothers, however, enjoy Newborn Shark and hand their cellphones above to their kids…” Now, model Nadia Hussain and actor Yasir Hussain have trolled the singer for his controversial assertion, though actor Zarnish Khan and singer Shafqat Amanat Ali have raised their voice in his defence.

“Not certain how you went from being lifted with the audio of the Kalima in your mother’s embrace to belting out songs like Nach Punjaban and Billo De Ghar,” quipped Nadia, in a tweet referring to Abrar’s questionable tracks.

Although Abrar’s Nach Punjaban celebrates a Punjabi woman dancing, his Billo De Ghar glorifies a gentleman who would like to take other guys alongside to check out the property of a girl he likes, and the music assures that it is not for backup. He states, “Ticket Katao Naale Line Banaao, Jine Jine Jana Ae Billo De Ghar (Get a ticket and get in line, whoever needs to go to Billo’s residence),” as if it truly is a absolutely free-for-all.

Yasir also shared Nadia’s take on Abrar’s condescending remark and wrote, “You virtually grabbed him by the neck. Fantastic just one!”

When a PTI lover account pointed out, “He [Abrarul Haq] has also recited Naats, do you only recall these [his controversial tracks]?” Nadia responded stating, “I remember all the things! But he [Abrarul Haq] has no right to discuss down the mothers of these days when he has developed up the way every person else did! Apart from his naats, what does he imagine the children of right now learnt from his tracks?”

Zarnish, on the other hand, did not recognize the backlash Abrar was receiving. She wrote, “If an individual claims anything great, then give the devil his thanks. Let’s not dismiss what he stated by dragging his whole existence into the picture. If this carries on, we’ll have to apply turning into deaf [to good advice].”

Fellow singer Shafqat, also commented in Abrar’s favour below a publish by Galaxy Lollywood. “Abrar ul Haq did not say anything at all mistaken. He failed to disgrace moms right here. He just spoke the real truth which incorporates all of us! It really should be an eye opener, [not something we] throw a fit at him [for]. We do not have to criticise all the things.”

Defending Abrar’s work, Shafqat extra, “The tunes Nach Punjaban and Billo De Ghar were being not [what the] singer [heard] in the lap of his mother at the age of a person. He’s speaking about increasing children listed here, not someone’s career. It is a person’s decision regardless of whether they want to be a singer or an actor when they improve up.”

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