Singer Mustafa Zahid Just Clapped Back After These Newspapers Accused Him Of Wanting To Sing Only For Bollywood

By Noor | 20 Sep, 2019

Mustafa Zahid just hit back after being falsely accused

We all know that Mustafa Zahid’s voice has produced some amazing songs for the music industries on both sides of the border. Lead vocalist of Roxen has given Bollywood a number of hit songs which include toh phir ao, tera mera rishta, bhula dena and many more. He’s indeed a musical treasure.


Pakistani publications recently accused Mustafa Zahid of saying that he would return to singing only if Bollywood wants him to

So what happened was that Mustafa Zahid was recently asked by an Indian fan to return to Bollywood. He replied that as soon as music will return to Bollywood, he will return with it. It was a meaningful response which said a lot. It appears he was hinting at the fact that current Bollywood music isn’t exactly focusing on powerful singing voices as they are on dance-intensive numbers.


Well, Mustafa Zahid had to clap back at the ridiculous accusation and so he did

The singer shared the news on his official twitter account and stated that the concerned publications had never interviewed him and the story shared by them is fake. He further demanded the publications to take off their article as soon as possible.


People urged the singer to sue the publications


They asserted that publications used Mustafa’s words and made whatever false narrative served their purposes


A few even argued that these publications have a history of twisting facts and statements 


Soon after Mustafa Zahid clapped back and a strong public backlash happened, at least one of the publications appeared to corrected the error in their article

They published an apology under the updated version of their story


What do you think about Mustafa Zahid calling out these publications? Sound off in the comments below.


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