Singer Faraj Anwar exposed the difference between Indo-Pak’s attitude on the Mausiki affair

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Atif Aslam, Adnan Sami, Ali Zafar, Shafqat Amanat Ali, Abida Parveen, Noor Jahan, Bilal Saeed, Hadika Kiani, Momina Mustehsan, Reshma, Junaid Jamshed, Asim Azhar … This is a list of Pakistani singers who have created panic in the music world. When we listen to these singers, it does not seem that these people come from that country whose prime minister is looking for an opportunity to humiliate a peace-loving country like India and often eat his mouth on every occasion. The issue is not politics but Pakistani singers. So the kind of songs that come from Pakistan, be it the lyrics of the song or the music and the way of presenting it, it’s all mind-blowing. The heart bears witness to the fact that if music is really seen as sadhana and is worshiped with the utmost sincerity, then it is our neighboring country, Pakistan. So far this is what we have assumed. In such a situation, as is the walk, character and face of Pakistan, the question is whether Pakistan is so liberal in terms of music, songs, music. The response has been received through Faraz Anwar and this response is heartbreaking in many ways.

Faraz Anwar’s words create a deep depression on how musicians and singers are treated in Pakistan

Now again the question will be who is Faraj Anwar? So the answer to this question is simply that Faraz is a famous Pakistani musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist and bandleader. Actually, something happened that Faraz Anwar has told the story of a musician’s struggle in a country like Pakistan and has told a lot of things, which automatically proves that Pakistan is a country where music is not viewed with a good eye.

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Let us tell you that Faraj Anwar is one of the few people in Pakistan who not only worked hard but also did many decades of penance to earn his name in the heavy metal and hard rock genre. Faraz is not a koi today, he is giving peace to people’s souls by producing music for years in a radical and intolerant country like Pakistan.

More recently, Faraz gave an interview to the Tribune and expressed regret that music is considered haram in Islam. The talk will continue, but before that it is very important for us to know that Faraj Anwar is one of those special people who have created history by working with Pakistani singing legends Ali Haider, Junoon, Junaid Jamshed, Strings and Sajjad Ali.

In a conversation with the Tribune, Faraz has given his honest opinion on many topics and said that I have realized that people do not understand how artists work. Even in today’s age, people think that music is a side business and only those people who join music whose relatives are in good financial condition. But I am sure that musical artists are also discriminated against.

According to Faraz Anwar, he wanted to build a studio in 2005 but we could not confirm any location. Wherever we went, people would say that they are very conservative Muslims and that they cannot allow musical artists to open studios. The way music people are treated in Pakistan can be measured by the fact that even when Faraz was taking home in Karachi, he had to face all kinds of questions.

Speaking of her struggles and challenges, Faraz Anwar also said that there have been times in her life when even the bank refused to open her account for being a singer. According to Faraz, he used to teach online, so he had to open a dollar account, but the bank told him that his application had been rejected because he was a music artist.

Faraz was deeply hurt by this when, in his concerned tone, he asked the bank clerk if I was a kafir. To that, the bank clerk’s answer was yes. In a conversation with the Tribune, Faraz also mentioned India and read the ballads full of pride for the Indian fans.

Faraz said that when I meet my Indian fans, they touch my feet while Pakistanis call me ‘Kanjar, Mirasi’ while listening to Indian songs. According to Faraz, ‘I have read the Qur’an five times with different translations. It is not written anywhere that music is haram. However, gambling, borrowing, and jina have been described as wrong in the Qur’an. But you can apply for a loan by visiting any of our banks.

Why don’t fundamentalists in Pakistan like Faraz or others like him? Faraz himself has provided the answer to this. According to Faraz, people know that our message goes very far and the contractors of religion feel that we can expose them. They want total control. Apart from this, in his interview, Faraz also mentioned the incidents that Pakistani musicians have to face in Pakistan in recent times.

The matter is very simple, whether it is the incident in which the Pakistani singer Junaid Jamshed was slapped at the airport or Amjad Sabri was shot and killed in broad daylight in a public market, it becomes so clear that there are many dangers to which the associated people face. with music in Pakistan. I have to do it almost every day.

Think for yourself Imagine the country where lyricists and musicians have to face religious fanaticism every day, if such good music comes from there, then the whole world should appreciate it and be inspired by it. After the challenges Faraj Anwar has described, it is not an exaggeration to say that Pakistani singers deserve congratulations in terms of music.

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