Coke Studio season 11's rendition of Ahmed Rushdi's classic song, Ko Ko Korina has garnered quite a few reviews. The track - featured in the last episode of the famous music show - was sung by Ahad Raza Mir and Momina Mustehsan. And Twitterati just couldn't help but ridicule Ali Hamza and Zohaib Kazi for it.
After Azhar Ali, what was Ahad Raza Mir thinking?
Now, the Minister of Human Rights, Shireen Mazari has shared her thoughts on the revamped interpretation of the famous 1966 song. "Horrendous!" she wrote. "Destroyed a great classic - why, oh why, did Coke Studio allow such a massacre of this classic song?"
Horrendous! Destroyed a great classic - why oh why did Coke Studio allow such a massacre of this classic song? https://t.co/Iq5gfCPYcr— Shireen Mazari (@ShireenMazari1) October 21, 2018
And people agree!
Lol even the Federal Minister couldn't resist I'm giving her opinion about this. The reason is obvious so many people must have tagged her for the human rights violations being done by Momina n ahad raza mir and @cokestudio obviously.— MaxGoneMad (@beKind444) October 21, 2018
Ma’am does bleeding ears fall in Human Rights Violation category??? Coke Studio is taking us right there— Nabeel Hashmi (@iNabeelHashmi) October 21, 2018
It’s a human rights violation, please take action— Peregrine (@Umeristic) October 21, 2018
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