Mathira's sharp response to those who satirize Junaid Safdar's singing
Actress and famous host Mathira have expressed anger over Bilal Maqsood's sarcastic praise of the singing of Junaid Safdar, son of PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz.
According to the details, sharing Bilal Maqsood's story on Instagram, Mathira said that we are not the ones to judge anyone, we are not the ones to blow anyone's happiness.
"The kind of things she's reading are ridiculous," Mathira wrote. "I don't understand why we're behaving like ignorant people, why we're making fun of someone's child just because that his background is from a political family.
"We teach not to harass each other while we ourselves are fully involved in it. Pakistanis need to move forward now," she wrote.
It may be recalled that Junaid Safdar sang the famous contemporary song of Indian singer Mohammad Rafi 'Kiya Hua Tera Waada' at his wedding ceremony and the participants of the ceremony were amazed.
Bilal Maqsood, while sharing the video of Junaid Safdar's song, had said, "Some of the flowers in the back may be for my tax money, but I have to give this young man a full 100 marks for singing."