Ali Zafar is releasing his own PSL anthem and Asim Azhar is cool with it

The 'Channo' singer has left another message asking his fans 'Tayyar ho?'

Entertainment Desk February 24, 2020

Owing to the recent indirect exchange of jibes between two renowned personalities from the music industry of Pakistan, Ali Zafar posted another news about a PSL anthem that he is in the process of making.

The singer recently uploaded a sarcastic video taking a dig at the accusations made against him, after the current PSL anthem received criticism on Twitter. Zafar told his fans that he can be held accountable for any crisis that takes place in their life, since he was held responsible for the failure of the 2020 anthem.

Nevertheless, since his satirical response went viral, Zafar's twitter is roaring with revival and making use of that opportunity, he has made the announcement of releasing his own PSL anthem.

Following this, Azhar was also dragged into the matter by a Twitter user who asked him if he would feel disrespected by Zafar's new anthem. To this the singer responded in a rather calm, collected and respectful manner.

"Ismay insult ki kya baat hai? (What is there to feel insulted about?)" he asked. "He’s my senior and I respect him for the work he has done. I’d be more than happy to support anything for the betterment of Pakistan."

Azhar added, "Yehi tou masla hai, hum aapas mai hi batay hue hain, (This is the problem, we are divided among ourselves). Aik dusray ko support karnay ki zarurat hai (We need to support each other)," concluded the star.

Popular host and television personality, Fahad Mustafa also re-tweeted Azhar's response, lauding his positive attitude amidst the social media hype surrounding Ali Azmat and Zafar's statements.

"Respect. You are firecracker of a performer buddy Agay barho keep shining," he said.

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