Nescafe Basement producer Xulfi says we're lucky to have shows like Coke Studio

Published: August 23, 2016
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Amidst all the hate, Coke Studio has found an ally in Nescafe Basement's Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan.
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Amidst all the hate, Coke Studio has found an ally in Nescafe Basement's Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan. SCREEBNGRAB

Coke Studio has found an ally in Nescafe Basement producer, Xulfi, who has taken to social media to insist people should see things differently.

Speaking to The Express Tribune, Zulfiqar explained that he decided to share his message due to “the current criticism thrown at Coke Studio.”

Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

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In the post, the famed musician claimed that while liking or disliking the content being produced is a matter of opinion, it is great that music is being talked about in general.

Xulfi also said that he’s hopeful that collaborations keep taking place. “We are lucky to have music shows like Coke Studio and Nescafe Basement in our country,” he added.

Not everyone is critical about the current season though. A lot of people on Twitter continue to express their love for perhaps Pakistan’s most popular music show ever:

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Reader Comments (2)

  • Aween
    Aug 23, 2016 - 1:18PM

    Exactly correct tweet by one person. Whining on everything. Is there anyone who can produce something better than #CokeStudio. Please be thankful of getting something for free and stop criticizing for God’s sake.Recommend

  • salman
    Aug 23, 2016 - 2:05PM

    I dont know why people are criticising Strings, it may possible that the current sesion so-far is not up to the expections but they also produced Session 8 which became the one of the most successful seasons of all time and earning the title of “Best of Coke Studio has ever Offered”Recommend

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