‘Enough is enough’: Rohail Hyatt to join Peshawar Zalmi to support Pakistan cricket

Hyatt will be producing the upcoming Peshawar Zalmi anthem

Entertainment Desk September 22, 2021

In a bid to support local cricket, music producer Rohail Hyatt is all set to join Peshawar Zalmi. The musician took to his Twitter to make the announcement, writing, “I’m happy to announce that I’ve decided to join Peshawar Zalmi in an official capacity. It’s time to dedicate ourselves to supporting domestic activities like PSL. Enough is enough. Pakistan Zindabad!” 

The announcement was retweeted by the official Peshawar Zalmi account, which shared that Hyatt will be working on their upcoming anthem. It read, “Renowned record producer Rohail Hyatt joins Zalmi family for upcoming Zalmi anthem for PSL 7.”

The music producer’s announcement comes after cricket lovers were left disappointed due to the abrupt withdrawal of the England and New Zealand cricket teams from their Pakistan tours. Prominent celebrities took to Twitter to share their anger and disappointment over the cancellations. England withdrew both the men and women teams, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECP) announced on Monday, three days after New Zealand abandoned their tour of the country amid security concerns.

Minister of Information and Broadcasting of Pakistan Fawad Chaudhry took to Twitter to express his anger over the turn of events, blaming “international lobbies” for attempting to tarnish Pakistan’s image. The minister said that legal action will be taken against the England and New Zealand cricket boards due to the huge losses incurred by PTV due to the cancellations. He wrote, “The cancellation of New Zealand and England’s tours has cost PTV millions. We will speak to lawyers about legal action against the two cricket boards. A certain international lobby is at work against Pakistan, but we will never bow down. We shall rid them of this misunderstanding very soon.” 

Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ramiz Raja called out England’s cricket board for “failing” Pakistan. He tweeted, “Disappointed with England, pulling out of their commitment and failing a member of their cricket fraternity when it needed it most.”


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