Singer-turned-politician Jawad Ahmad has accused pop-singer Abrar Ul Haq of duplicity for criticising modern-day mothers.
“Today, those who started making cheap and useless music in Pakistan and made billions of rupees from it are reminded of religion,” Jawad Ahmad said in response to Abrar’s statement that in old days mothers used to read kalma to children as a lullaby, while these days children had to listen to “Baby Shark Doo Doo Doo” which were played on mobile phones.
He said that he knew those hypocrites, who were bickering now, and how much ignoble they were.
The chairman of Barabri Party Pakistan said if a difference could be made by lullabies of the mothers, then such disgusting people would not have born. “Today, they are becoming virtuous by talking about religion,” he added.
He said, according to the philosophy of live and let live in Pakistan, he respected all the Pakistanis irrespective of their religion, culture, way of life, dress, province, nation and gender. “And I believe that this is the beauty of Pakistan,” he maintained.
Jawad Ahmad said, “I am only against duplicity and especially religious hypocrisy, whether it is a politician, an athlete, an actor, a singer or anyone else.”
While, model and actress Nadia Hussain in a sarcastic remark said that nobody knew how the journey from cradle of mother, while listening to kalma, to Nach Punjaban or Billo Ke Ghar passed.
When somebody reminded Nadia Hussain that he did not only sing songs, but he had read Naats as well, she responded that she remembered everything.
“But he has no right to talk down modern-day mothers when he himself has grown up the way everyone else did!!!!! Naaton ke ilawa gaanay jo gaye, does he think ke uss se naujawaan nasl ne bauhat seekha????” she asked.
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