Bilal Maqsood praises Junaid Safdar’s singing skills, but isn’t too enthusiastic about the wedding decorations
Properly-known Pakistani singer and composer Bilal Maqsood believes that the price of the marriage of Maryam Nawaz’s son Junaid Safdar might have been paid by Pakistani taxpayers.
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz’s son Junaid Safdar shared a video of his Nikkah ceremony on Wednesday singing the well-known Bollywood music “Kya hua tera waada”.
Bilal Maqsood, guitarist, composer and founding member of Strings, expressed his emotions when he responded to the viral video of Nawaz Sharif’s grandson who received hearts together with his singing expertise at his wedding ceremony reception.
The artist appears to be fascinated by Junaid Safdar, who sang the evergreen Bollywood music “Kya hua tera waada” fantastically. The flowery celebration preparations didn’t go down properly with him, nevertheless, as in his opinion they had been most likely paid for with taxpayers’ cash.
Maqsood went to his Instagram story and shared the viral video with the caption, “A number of the flowers within the background might be from my tax cash. However I’ve to present this man full marks for his singing. “
Bilal Maqsood’s remarks had been shortly crushed up by Pakistani mannequin and tv actress Areeba Habib. She requested Maqsood to “be constructive” and never “contain kids”.
She additionally mentioned: “We’re nonetheless paying taxes with no return. However phir bhi dil hai Pakistani [After all, my heart is Pakistani]. “
Showbiz and life-style platform Galaxy Lollywood shared the viral video evaluating the brand new groom to his uncle Hamza Shahbaz. The publish was headlined: “Junaid Safdar was seen once more following directions from his beloved uncle @ hamza.shehbaz.sharif.”
The video shortly unfold throughout the web on a number of social media platforms. And evidently Junaid’s hidden expertise has captured the hearts of Pakistani celebrities alike.
Junaid’s Nikkah with former politician Saif-ur-Rehman’s daughter Aisha Saif was celebrated on Sunday throughout a non-public ceremony on the luxurious Lanesborough Resort in London.