Rabi Pirzada’s Weird Version Of ‘Rashke Qamar’

It would not be wrong to say that the latest version of “Rashke Qamar” by Rabi Pirzada is a serious disaster. Her fans in London, Dubai, Istanbul, Paris, Toronto, and New York, are in a shock.




We feel that Rabi has done injustice with the song. I mean why she thought of creating a version of an already successful song! This makes no sense and she should have done something better.

Rabi Pirzada’s Rashke Qamar is one of the examples when musicians ruin the precious works of Pakistani legends. She released this version of legend Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s classic song ‘Rashke Qamar’ a few days ago.

We would have to admit that it is the weirdest songs of the music industry. I hate it because Rabi’s face expressions in the video are quite boring.

At the same time, her style and tone in the song are very poor. Or we can say that the song and the video are a kind of torture for Pirzada’s fans.

It has gone viral on the Internet, and everyone is angry at the performance of Rabi. She is the woman who bashed Bollywood for spoiling our youth. Now you can see yourself that she has actually done the same. Her unexpectedly odd performance and romance with a snake make no sense in her Rashke Qamar.

Born in February 1990, in Quetta, Rabi is a Pakistani pop singer and lyrists. Her family is originally from Muzaffarabad, Azaad Kashmir. She is a daughter of former Pakistani army officer, Major Humayun Pirzada.




She began her singing career in 2005, and her song, Dahdi Kurree, was a big hit. Her other best singles are Mujhe Ishq Hai, Jadoo, Kisi ke ho ke raho, and more.

Gone are the days when Pirzada used to be a successful singer. Now she has no work and zero offers from the glamor world. This does not mean Rabi is free to release such odd singles, ruining the reputation of others. In fact, she has made her fans in Paris, Dubai, Toronto, London, Istanbul, and New York, angry.

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