Kaifi Khalil, an up-and-coming Pakistani singer hailing from a backward area, has unexpectedly risen to fame overnight with his song “Kahani Suno 2.0”. The song has gained significant popularity worldwide, including in Pakistan, and is raising the flags of success on YouTube.
“Kahani Suno” is on everyone’s lips these days, with people singing along to its captivating lyrics. Recently, renowned Pakistani singer Aima Baig also performed a rendition of the song, but her performance was criticized by some. However, when the same song is sung by Kaifi himself, people find his voice and lyrics deeply moving, and they want to hear the song repeatedly.
Since its release on YouTube, the song has been listened to by over 100 million people, and its popularity is growing every day. Its appeal is not limited to Pakistan; people in India are also listening to the song with great interest, and there are requests to follow Kaifi Khalil on Instagram. Kaifi not only wrote the song but also composed, sang, and filmed it himself on location.
Recently, Pakistani singer Kaifi Khalil expressed his gratitude to Allah and his fans for their support of his song “Kahani Suno 2.0”. He stated, “I am thankful and will always strive to write songs that resonate with all of you.”
However, a woman named Alishba criticized Kaifi for thanking Allah and claimed that his success was a sin. She further added that people listening to his music would be committing a sin.
This post quickly went viral on social media, and people began criticizing Alishba’s remarks. Some suggested that she should focus on prayer rather than making baseless accusations, and others pointed out that there is no fatwa declaring music to be haram.
What are your thoughts on Alishba’s statement? Do you agree with her, or do you think that the internet users’ criticism was justified? Please share your valuable insights. Thank you!