The tune’s lyrics are being accused of hurting religious sentiments of the Muslim neighborhood, and subsequently each Jaani, who wrote the tune, and Ammy Virk dropped an apology letter on their social media handles.
The observe learn – “My sincere apologies for being niece and hurting the sentiments of many by the lyrics of my Qubool A (released in 2020) I had no intention to hurt religious sentiments and I wish I was aware of the interpretation before putting those lyrics in the song. If I knew I would have never done it. We have taken down that song as soon as we realized how it could be interpreted which we were not aware of and changed the lyrics. May almighty forgive me and others involved in the song for not realizing it could be hurtful. Once again my sincere apologies.”
This was posted by each Ammy Virk and Jaani on their handles.
After these posts, many of their followers have commented that they didn’t discover something flawed with the tune or the lyrics. However, in keeping with the stories, didn’t go down effectively with Naib Shaahi Imam Maulana Muhammad Usman Rehmani of Ludhiana’s Jama Masjid. Reportedly, he has expressed objection to the phrase ‘Rasul’, which has been used within the tune. In Arabic, ‘Rasul’ interprets to ‘Messenger or Prophet’.
In Islam, the respective time period refers back to the final prophet of Allah, Prophet Muhammad. He holds a really respectable place within the Islam faith. Therefore, Maulana Muhammad Usman Rehmani talked about that the tune’s lyrics have harm the neighborhood worldwide. Reportedly he accused Ammy Virk and workforce ‘Sufna‘of being ignorant, and has demanded the Government to take strict action against them under article 295 for hurting the Muslim community’s religious sentiments.
Now although each Ammy and Jaani have given a public apology, allegedly Mulana Muhammad Usman Rehmani is adamant about letting this concern go simply.