Supposedly, Noori Might Be The Producers For The Next Season Of Coke Studio

By Arslan Athar | 6 Nov, 2017

Things really are changing in full swing on the future of Coke Studio. The fate of the musical platform has drastically transformed, what with Strings announcing their departure after producing four monumental seasons. Rumor has it, band Noori is now set to take over production for Coke Studio’s next season (11). The band has produced before for season 9 with hits like ‘Aaja Re Moray Saiyaan’ and ‘Paar Chaana De.’

 

Not too many days ago, Strings announced that they’re bowing out from Coke Studio. 

People were glad that they were getting Strings back, after their ‘endeavor’ on Coke Studio.

Source: @stringspage/Facebook

 

Source: @stringspage/Facebook

 

The next immediate question on people’s mind was, who’s next?

Via Twitter

And guesses were made 

Via Twitter

 

Well, Pakistaniyon there are some reports swirling on the internet that says Noori might just be producing Coke Studio 11

 

A debate was sparked online 

 

Fans are getting pretty desperate for some official news 

There is no confirmation on the matter from the side of Noori for this yet, but after the many hits they’ve given us over the years, WE JUST CANNOT WAIT for them to produce the show.

Ali Noor and Ali Hamza, if you’re reading this- yaar batado humme, we’re dying to know! Watch this space for updates!

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