With the passage of time, the changing trends and tracks of life have brought the human population to a weird spot. In previous eras, people used to listen to religious kalaams and naats that were created to calm the listener down. At that time, such productions focused more on what message is being sent through it and in which soothing tone.
Gradually, the insertion of musical instruments and various effects in the coming naats completely ruined its actual meaning. Every year, in Ramadan some musical content created with strange composition and forced lyrics goes viral on the internet. Speaking of weird compositions, remember that ‘Ramzan Aya Roza Rakho Jee‘ kid? Well, he is all grown up and winning now.
Are you a ‘Confirm Jannati’?
Well, it seems like such cringy ideas will keep on being implemented without caring for our ears and our eyes. A similar naatkhwan who is also in the same ‘different’ business has yet again come up with another musical piece. Called, ‘Confirm Jannati’, Yasir Soharwardi has released his latest video and we can’t stop listening to it (just kidding).
No matter what people say or maybe throw at them, such ‘talented’ individuals return every Ramadan to entertain the world. Currently, surfacing on the internet, the soundtrack got posted on YouTube yesterday. Since its release, netizens have been sharing and liking the track, mostly not to understand but as a piece of entertainment.
Twitter reacts to the viral video
Letting others know about who is going to Jannat and who is not, Soharwardi has sure made many laugh with his songs. Among others, Pakistan’s well-reputed media personality Hasan Zaidi has also shared the video on his Twitter. The response the tweet received was hilarious.
‘Confirm Jannati Hy’ (via @faridalvie) pic.twitter.com/Pg9920GXch
— Hasan Zaidi (@hyzaidi) May 4, 2020
While many called Yasir Soharwardi ‘junior Aamir Liaquat‘, others were hysterically amused.
The resemblance is uncanny
Amir Liaqat junior
— AASIMTASAWAR (@Iwriter3) May 4, 2020
Maybe. Maybe not
Body language be positive hai, confirm jannati hai
— Najeeb (@OfficialyAlien) May 4, 2020
Ye bhi theek hai
Haha! Chalein aik toh confirm hua 🤣🤣
— Ayesha Saeed (@Ayesha2Saeed) May 4, 2020
"اوہو۔۔ ہو ہو۔۔۔" انکلوڈِڈ ہے۔
— Saquib Shah (@saddats999) May 4, 2020
That is one valid point
قیامت قریب کی ایک علامت یہ بھی ہے کہ نعت کو گانے کی طرز پر گایا جائے گا…
— Malak Roohullah 🌐 (@Roohullah611) May 4, 2020
This is not the first time Yasir Soharwardi has come up with such a video, he been creating similar content before as well. Well, it can’t be denied that such individuals are spreading a positive message among the masses but the approach seems confusing.
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