Abrar ul Haq's recent take on iconic number Billo in episode 2 of Coke Studio made waves on social media. Many praised the singer and Rohail Hyatt.
Pakistan's Human Rights minister, Shireen Mazari took to Twitter and lauded Abrar's effortless singing. "Coke Studio 12 - Never thought Abrar ul Haq could do anything more to his iconic Billo number - but Abrar has done it and it is wonderful!" she tweeted,
Coke Studio 12 - Never thought Abrar ul Haq could do anything more to his iconic Billo number - but Abrar has done it and it is wonderful! https://t.co/QvxSpX464q— Shireen Mazari (@ShireenMazari1) October 27, 2019
Her commentary on Coke Studio's latest offering led to a variety of opinions on social media with most of the Twitterati slamming her for ignoring serious issues concerning her ministry and talking about a song.
Such a negative way of praising an artist https://t.co/givyRCDB8x— THINKER ☄️ (@relation_blood) October 27, 2019
With great responsibility comes great power 😅 https://t.co/8P3cgy3y8u— Comrade Meme Sahab (@SastiComradron) October 27, 2019
Wow, another review from minister https://t.co/2IhjjApEfs— K. (@KomalKhawar) October 27, 2019
Minister of Joke Studio reviewing Coke Studio.. https://t.co/e0yBM1zzAH— Naila Inayat (@nailainayat) October 27, 2019
Previously, Mazari's take on another Coke Studio song, Ko Ko Korina, sung by Ahad Raza Mir and Momina Mustehsan also made waves.
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