“Where does it say music is Haram?”, Anoushey Ashraf seconds Natasha Baig’s statement
Anoushey Ashraf supported singer Natasha Baig’s statement who called ‘music is divine and said it has nothing to do with any sinful act’.
Yesterday, singer Abdullah Qureshi has announced quitting music due to religious reasons. Sufi singer Natasha Baig reacted to Abdullah Qureshi’s statement by stating that music is divine as it has nothing to do with any sinful act.
Today, actor and host Anoushey Ashraf supported singer Natasha Baig’s statement by writing on Instagram, “Where does it say music is Haram?”.
While pointing out Abdullah Qureshi’s recent take in which he stated that he is quitting music due to religious reasons, Anoushey wrote, “if someone has quit music, that’s fine but to say it’s a spiritual awakening is wrong…but to say ‘music is haram’ is a little too general”.
While sharing her detailed opinion on this matter, Anoushey wrote on Instagram, “the art is in the fine balance of things…use your senses too. If music makes you wanna do haram all the time, then maybe it should be forbidden for you. However, for me, it’s been healing”.
Anoushey called music is not un-Islamic. While replying to an Instagram user, she further added, “where does it say music is haram? The right path is fine but in most countries like Turkey, Uzbekistan and even Persia, music is an integral part of history and culture”.