Ali Azmat, according to Noor Jehan’s daughter, is employing “cheap theatrics to grapple with lost fame”

Ali Azmat, according to Noor Jehan's daughter, is employing "cheap theatrics to grapple with lost fame"-Social Pakora

Following Ali Azmat’s reduction of Madam Noor Jehan to a ‘kofta’ singing on screen. The late legend’s daughter and designer Mina Hasan has drafted an elaborate message, reducing Azmat to a has-been.

Hasan began by rehashing the reasons for Malika-e-overwhelming Tarannum’s renown. And Azmat’s ‘fame lost,’ naturally irritated. But not surprised by his unmoderated, unsolicited words. “Madam Noor Jehan is a name synonymous with greatness,” she stated confidently. “A woman that did more for her country and her art than most can dream of doing in a lifetime. She received every accolade known to mankind and while leaving us. She was also rewarded in death to depart for her Heavenly abode on the most blessed of days.”

Hasan claims she felt compelled to respond to Azmat’s statements after receiving demands from her fans. “To that I share one of my favourite quotes ‘What you say about me, says more about you.’ When someone expresses an opinion breaking boundaries of respect and decorum, they show you that they lack common decency, grace and humility.”

She emphasised that freedom of expression is a gift that should not be taken for granted “as a means of indignation for another or others.” Hasan believes our social fabric has deteriorated “withered to the whims of egotistical expressions of nothingness, founded in a misplaced sense of self importance and privilege.”

She chastised the fact that everyone now believes they have the right to publicly humiliate another individual because “I am allowed to express what I feel”. Hasan drew everyone’s attention to the fact that “with every privilege exercised, there is a greater need to observe propriety. [With] every privilege claimed, [there is] an overwhelming need to observe caution.”

She Requested That Readers Take A Minute To Reflect

“disagree with disgraceful utterances from an interview conducted with a now faded representative of Pakistan’s music industry.” She asked everyone to consider Azmat, referring to him as “this person.” “unregulated and greatly unjustified tenor, along with his evident lack of intellectual coherence.”

Ali Azmat had smoothly descended to an ugly low. While discussing popular culture pertinent to his generation, she said. In addition, he was “evidently unable to express himself,” Before talking about it, he didn’t shudder. “an icon, a muse of all things valued and endeared, a mother.”

Hasan concluded by making a big jab at Sayonee’s singer, saying, “Not all primates evolved to become better creatures. Some regressed to lower life forms, faded into irrelevance; invoked cheap theatrics to grapple with the fame lost and lived out their remaning days consumed by their insecurities.”

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