Rabi Pirzada using calligraphy and hamds to overcome trauma of past months

Published: January 17, 2020

LAHORE  : Singer-turned-actor, Rabi Pirzada just released a hamd on social media and her fans are loving it. The wordings of the recitation plead for mercy and forgiveness, as the personality opened up about her new journey to The Express Tribune.

“I have put my sentiments into the hamd, as I counted His blessings upon me. I made the decision that whatever I do, will be for the purpose of pleasing Allah and I will stick to that decision,” said Pirzada.

“I am moving on a track that Allah has destined for me and I am happy this way. The satisfaction of pleasing God and engaging with my fans at the same time is beyond measure; it has shown me the light.”

She has also started calligraphy in order to cope with the ‘traumatic experience’ of her private videos being leaked on social media.   “Lately I have developed the habit of sitting in my room and doing calligraphy. I am actually a software engineer by profession so I can’t really say why the inclination towards writing down words but it jas really helped me,” she added.

The former singer also revealed that she will soon put up an exhibition of her paintings and calligraphy. “Besides, I will continue reciting Hamds and Naats since it gives me happiness.”

Pirzada concluded by saying that she has finally found the purpose of her life and she is content.

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  • Faraz Bin Shamshad
    Jan 17, 2020 - 3:06PM

    No harm in it. She has the right to use her social media account as per her wish. However, I personally would have serious concerns if she starts hosting Ramzan transmissions like Veena Malik in the past. Recommend

  • MJ
    Jan 18, 2020 - 12:02AM

    Why does she feel the need to be in the spotlight? Praying and begging for forgiveness is a personal matter and an act between the person and the CREATOR. I will just discard this attempt by her to keep relevant. Recommend

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