Ali Gul Pir Faces Criticism Over His Song Tera Jism Meri Marzi
Comedian and singer Ali Gul Pir tries to raise awareness by talking humorously about social issues
Ali Gul Pir is criticized for his humorous approach to serious issues, and this time he is also being criticized for his song released on International Women's Day.
Ali Gul Pir released a humorous song titled 'Tera Jism, Meri Marzi' on International Women's Day, but he has been criticized for her bold and questionable poetry. Also, some scenes showed violence in the song's video.
Ali Gul Pir's song 'Tera Jism, Meri Marzi' has been directed by Hammad Khan, while Nazrul Hassan and Shabana have been portrayed as husband and wife.
The video of the song also shows the rapper-singer wearing a burqa.
The song's poetry begins with a satire on the famous play-writer Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, while it also includes the names of the body parts.
While people objected to the song's poetry, Ali Gul Pir was also criticized for showing violence in the video.
People criticized the singer on his Instagram post as well as tweeted that it would be better to address the critical issue rightly. Singer chose the wrong words while talking about the problems.
Some people commented on his tweet that nowadays, women have many rights and freedom, and their problems are decreasing day by day.
Some people reminded Ali Gul Pir that not every man in Pakistan is bad. Pakistani men respect women.
Some people expressed outrage over Ali Gul Pir's song and demanded action against the singer from the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) and the Director-General (DG) ISPR.