Shaan Shahid, Shafqat Amanat Ali to release something soon

The 'Waar' actor announced he is making music with the 'Mitwa' singer

Entertainment Desk July 25, 2020

Popular actor Shaan Shahid and singer Shafqat Amanat Ali are busy cooking something together and it smells like a new song.Taking to Twitter on Friday, the Waar actor announced that he is making music with the pride of Pakistan.

Shaan wrote, "Making music with the pride of Pakistan, Shafqat Amanat Ali. Coming soon."

Prior to his announcement, Shafqat had also shared a picture with the Yalghaar star on the micro-blogging website and wrote, "Fabulous spending time and discussing upcoming projects with a dear friend and one of our finest actors, Shaan Shahid."

He added, "Had a great time singing and recording some beautifully written and composed melodies too. Stay tuned for more details. Coming soon!"

None of the celebrities revealed details of the project, but since Shaan's Zarrar is underway, maybe we can take a hint? Nevertheless, whatever it is, Twitter cannot wait. "Looking forward sir," wrote one user, "All the best for you and Shafqat Amanat Ali, wish you the best forever," said another.

However, there was one user who objected to Shaan's praise for Shafqat, recalling how he could not sing Pakistan's national anthem in a cricket event where Amitabh Bachchan sang his country's anthem quite commendably. "Shafquat Amanat may be a good singer but he lost my respect when he couldn’t sing the national anthem for a cricket event where Amitabh Bachchan - a non singer - sang his nationa anthem with zeal and zest."

In respose to this, Shaan wrote, "Maaf kerna seekhain please (Learn to forgive, please). Ghalatee insaan sai ho jatee hai, lekin fakhr hain Shafqat hamaray (Humans make mistakes, but Shafqat is our pride)."

Unhinged, the user continued to quip, "Pak Sar Zameen Mitwaaaaaaa. Joking, itna tu banta hai (I can say this much)." But without the slightest restrain Shaan insisted, "Rise above."

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