Sometimes, Google doesn’t have all the answers. It is in these moments of helplessness that you turn to Twitter to satisfy your curiosity. In one such move, screenwriter Jemima Khan recently took to Twitter to seek out the ultimate contemporary Pakistani pop song to play at a wedding, and as expected, Pakistani Twitter pulled thorough. However, while some responses did provide the names Jemima may have been looking for, many went on very different tangents.
Question for Pakistani Twitter: What is the best contemporary Pakistani pop song please that would play at a wedding?— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) October 20, 2021
While it is likely that Jemima, who is currently busy filming What’s Love Got To Do With It, was asking the question in relation to a shoot, several Twitter users were convinced actual wedding bells were set to ring.
https://t.co/WFopxdZ4ON perfect for your son's wedding— Javeria Masood (@JaveriaMasood1) October 20, 2021
If you have decided Qasim marriage, than don't take tension, bring him to Pakistan, Pakistani will do it all for him— Amir (@AnadilKTK) October 20, 2021
Many users just wanted Jemima to know she will always hold a special place in their hearts.
Respected Jamima, you are living in the hearts of Pakistani peoples, and we will remember your sympathy and love for Pakistan 🇵🇰, we will never forget your great time and stay in Pakistan 🇵🇰.— Dr Ayaz PTI🇵🇰 🇨🇳 🇹🇷 (@drayaz_1987) October 20, 2021
You are always livings in our hearts.
Best wishes for Suleman,Qasim and you.
Inevitably, references to PM Imran Khan were made
Former supporters used the thread as a space to air out their disappointments
I supported Imran Khan for 22 years. I feel hurt when I see no effort to reduce corruption/ bribery, to restructure government, to improve processes, to reduce inflation and to balance prices against income. It's frustrating and people are disappointed and losing hope.— Mumtaz Mian (@mumtaz99mian) October 20, 2021
And finally, actual songs were also recommended
Bhabhi it will fit best in your shootinghttps://t.co/y6n7TMAXhV— Baloch (@lutfkhan01) October 20, 2021
Bandook by Somewhatsuper is a banger.— Haramcore (@7kayhan) October 20, 2021
Meine tumhari gagar se kabhi paani piya tha pyasa tha tum yad karogi, gori by the legendary singer Alamgir— Fatima Saleem (@fatimasaleem13) October 20, 2021
This one has no match. https://t.co/zY1Mm7B1Eb— Awais Khan Marwat (@awaismarwat2011) October 20, 2021
https://t.co/j2NZEZWqoL— Uzair Hyder Zaidi (@smuhz) October 20, 2021
This is the go to song to be played at a wedding
Here's to hoping Jemima found what she was looking for!
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